In general, I've found that all the CCD cameras (firewire or analog)
perform poorly under low lighting conditions. The firewire cameras we
have (including the DCAM, the PointGrey Firefly, and the cheap iBot's)
all perform pretty similarly to the analog CCD cameras in terms of image
So, in a nutshell, I don't think you should blame firewire per se, but
think about ones with better imaging. Or, use more light.
On Wednesday, January 16, 2002, at 10:31 AM, zhang ming wrote:
> Dear AR collegure:
> As to the video see-through AR system, the choice
> of camera is important. And I had once bought a IEEE
> 1394 Firwire camera which is DCAM from videre INc,
> but the colorful image is really not good. Does
> anybody try new camera or choose the traditional
> anology camera ?
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