Free Frame Grabber With Visual Programming Software

Aug. 12, 2002
Montreal, Quebec, August 12, 2002 -- Coreco Imaging, a developer of high-performance machine vision products, is offering a free PCVisionplus analog frame grabber with every purchase of the company's WiT visual programming software package. This special offer is effective through December 31, 2002.

Montreal, Quebec, August 12, 2002 -- Coreco Imaging, a developer of high-performance machine vision products, is offering a free PCVisionplus analog frame grabber with every purchase of the company's WiT visual programming software package. This special offer is effective through December 31, 2002. Coreco Imaging's standard warranty for the PCVisionplus (12 months from the date of shipment) is in effect during this time.

Typically priced at $1250, the PCVisionplus is a high-performance frame grabber designed for use with fast analog, progressive and variable scan cameras. The PCVisionplus digitizes monochrome analog video to 8 or 12 bits at sample frequencies up to 53 Mhz. A hardware scatter gather bus-mastering feature enables high-speed simultaneous source grab and host transfer with minimal CPU involvement, while a high-speed PCI interface permits 133MB/sec bus master host transfers. Numerous OEMs in the semiconductor, electronics and food industries have already benefited by integrating the PCVisionplus frame grabber into their vision systems.

Ideal for sophisticated image processing research and demanding high-speed online inspection applications, WiT visual programming software reduces the overall cost of machine vision system development. WiT's interactive block diagram visual programming interface and C-code generator speed algorithm development. With the click of a button, users can test different algorithms, visualize data, adjust parameters and create end-user applications by calling WiT-based image processing and analysis functions directly from Visual Basic or a C/C++ program. And WiT doesn't sacrifice speed for performance: the software schedules automatic parallel and pipeline execution on multiple-CPU systems with MMX and assembly-optimized libraries.

For more information, visit www.imaging.com/wit.


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