Plans & Pricing

 
 

Personal

Perfect for Stereo Vision Projects

> Interactive Calibration: IDS cameras

> Operating System: Linux, Windows

> Extrinsic Geometries: Stereo Geometry

> Intrinsic Models: Pinhole, Rad-Tan

> Calibration Reports: Yes

> IMU Calibration: No

> LiDAR Calibration: No

Pro

Calibrate your System for Industrial Application

> Interactive Calibration: IDS cameras

> Operating System: Linux, Windows

> Extrinsic Geometries: Multi-View

> Intrinsic Models: Pinhole, Rad-Tan,

  Kanala Brandt, Double Sphere

> Calibration Reports: Yes

> IMU Calibration: Yes

> LiDAR Calibration: No

Enterprise

Scaling your Calibration Routine

Demo

Test-drive all the Pro Features

> 14 days for free

> Limited precision calibration output

> Interactive Calibration: IDS cameras

> Extrinsic Geometries: Multi-View

> Intrinsic Models: Pinhole, Rad-Tan,

  Kanala Brandt, Double Sphere

> Calibration Reports: Yes

> IMU Calibration: Yes

> LiDAR Calibration: No

> Interactive Calibration

> Supported Cameras: User defined

> Operating System: Linux, Windows

> Extrinsic Geometries: Multi-View

> Intrinsic Models: User defined

> Calibration Reports: Yes

> IMU Calibration: Yes

> LiDAR Calibration: Yes

 

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Sensors

LiDAR

Cameras

Webcam

Basler

Point Grey

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Calibration Patterns

Chessboard Pattern

Circle Pattern

Asymmetric Circle Pattern

Star-Shaped Pattern

Operating System

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MacOS

FAQ

What is the reprojection error?

The reprojection error is a camera-independent error metric that is proportional to an angular error. With the working distance and calibration results, you can convert it to an arc- or length error depending on your needs. Please find further details in our blog article.

Which type of camera optics can be calibrated?

Camcalib Home supports pinhole cameras with a radial-tangential distortion model. Camcalib Pro, in addition, supports wide field-of-view and fish-eye lens-distortion models.

What is the difference between the Pro and Enterprise solution?

With Home and Pro plans you may calibrate prototypes and internal R&D systems. With the Enterprise plan, you may use camcalib to calibrate your products for commercial uses. With the Enterprise plan, you may also integrate the calibration suite into your production lines and streamline your calibration setup.

Can two or more cameras be calibrated extrinsically?

Yes! The Camcalib Home plan can calibrate two cameras at most. With Camcalib Pro, you can calibrate the extrinsics of up to 8. Note that the cameras need to record images synchronously to achieve good results. Check out our <blog article> for further details.

Can an IMU be calibrated together with a camera?

The camcalib Pro and Enterprise plans support the extrinsic and intrinsic calibration of IMUs. Note that we support IMU-to-camera but not IMU-only calibration.

How can calibration results be reused in different Machine Vision SDKs?

Camcalib writes its calibration results to a standardized YAML file and also generates a PDF report on request. The data contained in the YAML calibration file follows the standard model parameterizations but may need to be converted to what your preferred vision SDK expects. Check out our blog, github, and python gists for a wide range of examples on how to use the calibration results in your favorite SDK.