Earlier this week, we announced the availability of new Vision capabilities in beta.
The new Vision capabilities include change detection and jig detection, which build on the barcode and QR code reading capabilities that are available with previous versions of Tulip.
If you had unlimited cameras and time to build and test the apps: how would you use the new Vision capabilities in Tulip?
We are looking for the two best ideas: the idea with the biggest potential business impact and the funniest, most interesting idea. We are just looking for IDEA, no need to actually build anything (I mean, you can). Respond to this post with your own completely original idea and try not to build too much off an existing idea. The deadline for ideas is December 11th, 2020!
The authors of the two best two ideas will each receive a very special gift to help make their idea a reality: a RealSense Camera.
The Change Detector lets users define regions or interest and detect changes such as hand movements for use cases such as pick-to-light. Because change detection is measured as a movement at a distance from the surface, a depth camera is required. Tulip has tested and recommends the Intel RealSense Depth Camera.
The Jig Detector allows users to print and affix specialized stickers to items to detect movement such as the arrival of material. Most RGB cameras will work for jig detection.