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1998\08\10@214305 by WF AUTOMACAO

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Hi,

       Does someone know a Camera that captures and sends an image
throught a serial (I2C, SPI or RS232 serial) ?

       Miguel

1998\08\10@224208 by Jon V.

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On Mon, 10 Aug 1998, WF AUTOMACAO wrote:

> Hi,
>
>         Does someone know a Camera that captures and sends an image
> throught a serial (I2C, SPI or RS232 serial) ?

Yes,

Look at: http://www.wincam.com

Disclaimer: I work for the company, so I probably think that the product
is better than it is.

The camera is a 24bit color digital still camera which uses RS-232 to
transfer the image. The maximum transfer rate is (theoretically) 460Kb/s
but 128Kb/s is more practical. The cable can be up to 200', but at 128Kb/s
you are hard pressed to do over 50'.

The camera resolution, etc. is all listed on the web page... It is being
sold as a web camera, but there is a Wincam.One package which we are still
(I think) selling for 199 which is the same camera just set up so the
WebCamera software won't talk to it... (Well, I'm being unfair, the web
cameras have the ability to hook up a bunch of cameras to a single serial
port through a sort of active multiplexer. The Wincam.One's MCU is
programmed with firmware which doesn't understand the new protocol.)

The standard lens is a small f/1.4 8mm, but we sell everything from very
wide angle (110deg field of view) to "telephoto" lenses.

US Funds, American Company, Will ship overseas, standard support etc.

They even use PIC microcontrollers...

1998\08\11@055231 by Octavio Nogueira

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Look for VV5300 from Vision, it's a single chip camera that costs $19
but you have to provide the lenses.

Octavio
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Assunto: CAMERA WITH SERIAL OUTPUT


>Hi,
>
>        Does someone know a Camera that captures and sends an image
>throught a serial (I2C, SPI or RS232 serial) ?
>
>        Miguel
>

1998\08\11@080105 by Ake Hedman

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Octavio,

Do you have a URL where one can find more info about this one?


/Ake

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1998\08\11@085435 by WF AUTOMACAO

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Octavio Nogueira wrote:
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Where?

Miguel.

1998\08\11@092715 by James Merritt

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Hi everyone,

After some searching on the web I found the url for the Vision camera chips,
take a look.

http://www.vvl.co.uk/products/sensors_cameras/home.htm

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1998\08\11@135319 by WF AUTOMACAO

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Octavio Nogueira wrote:
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See http://home.att.net/~robojoc/products.htm (projects for serial and
paralle pc coming...)

Thank you Nogueira!

Miguel.

1998\08\11@145144 by wouter van ooijen

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The Kodak DC20 digital camera does, the protocol is available on the web.
But this is a picture-camera, not a motion-camera.
Wouter.

> Does someone know a Camera that captures and sends an image
> throught a serial (I2C, SPI or RS232 serial) ?

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