SAMBA is a polarisation-difference digital camera. Compact and robust, it has all the attributes of a regular digital video camera (easy operation, point-and-shoot operation, firewire connection) plus the polarisation analysis capability.
Polarisation difference camera is mainly used in active imaging configuration, where the scene is illuminated by a controlled source. Measurement with SAMBA requires a totally polarised illumination in order to take full advantage of its performances.
Coupled with a dedicated software, SAMBA allows the analysis of the scattering properties of objects. It is designed for the measurement of the gloss of textured objects with complex 3D shape and can be defined as an imaging glossmeter. SAMBA delivers gloss degree images related to the human visual assessment and gloss images related to the surface quality. Its field of applications is very wide and ranges from cosmetic testing (for skin, hair, lips, nails, etc.) to gloss measurement of industrial parts.Send Enquiry
Compact and robust, SALSA has all the attributes of a regular digital video camera (easy operation, point-and-shoot, Ethernet connection, C-mount lens) plus the polarisation analysis capability.
Coupled with dedicated software, SALSA allows a Full Stokes polarisation analysis for each pixel of the image, in real time. Applications of SALSA range from target detection and identification to 3D reconstruction and robotic vision. It can operate in passive and active imaging.Send Enquiry