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Universal Robotics Launches Spatial Vision and Spatial Vision Robotics
New products support depth calibration and measurement, as well as 3D position.
By RoboBusinessReview Staff


Universal Robotics, Inc., a software engineering company, has announced the launch of two simple-to-use 3D vision software products: Spatial Vision and Spatial Vision Robotics. The products can turn any pair of webcams into a highly accurate, cost-efficient 3D vision system that can be employed in virtually any setting without expensive equipment. “Universal developed Spatial Vision to provide accurate, easy-to-use and cost-effective 3D vision systems that can be deployed as a general purpose depth calibration and measurement tool,” said David Peters, CEO of Universal Robotics. “With Spatial Vision and Spatial Vision Robotics, a user can plug in the cameras, calibrate their space and receive highly accurate measurements in under 30…

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