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DO-GOODER The mvBlueSIRIUS is revolutionizing the


world of classical 3D applications for industrial image processing. Complex applications, which are specially designed for 3D solutions, such as those found in the recycling process, can be implemented cost effectively and in an elegant manner using the multi-stereo camera system.


The mvBlueSIRIUS com- bines innovative technology


with a highly-efficient camera system. 6D technology enables the system to “think ahead” and the color recognition capability of the mvBlueSIRIUS rounds off its range of applications. Up-to-date features see: www.mv-do-gooder.com


MATRIX VISION GmbH Talstr. 16 · 71570 Oppenweiler · Germany · Phone: +49 -71 91-94 32-0 info@matrix-vision.de · www.matrix-vision.de


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SMART VISION LIGHTS CHOICE


IS THE


It’s our Multi-Drive™ dual-mode internal driver that makes our lights 5x–10x brighter than the competition while easing installation, space requirements, and wiring. But you’ve come to expect that from the developers of OverDrive™ strobe mode for LED machine vision lighting.


When you want to partner with the technology leader in machine vision lighting, be smart. Go with the clear choice.


smartvisionlights.com tony@smartvisionlights.com UK Office: +44 1295 768080


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