[GEM-dev] USB 3.0 camera and Gem

Jack jack at rybn.org
Tue Apr 3 11:29:23 CEST 2012

Le 01/04/2012 23:27, Max a écrit :
> Am 01.04.2012 um 13:56 schrieb Jack:
>> Le 01/04/2012 02:22, Max a écrit :
>>> Am 01.04.2012 um 01:53 schrieb Jack:
>>>> PS : does anybody tried an other solution (like GigE or USB<->Ethernet<->USB) with Gem when you need long distance between camera and computer ? Is it very stable ?
>>> I could offer vnc access to a os x or ubuntu machine hooked up to either a Allied Vision Tech GigE or Firewire 800 camera.
>> Did you ever tried that solution ?
>> Is it appropriate to detect very small movement and is it enough fast to be used in real time (not to much latency ?) ?
> Hi Jack,
> sorry if it was unclear: i just wanted to say that i have AVT FW800 and gigE cameras here and could give you access to them through a vnc/ssl if you'd want to try it yourself if they work for your purposes. I didn't have the time to try them with Gem myself but i will do that in a month or so and report. we did use the cameras outside of Gem though and they work. with gigE you can get cables up to 100m.
> let me know if i can help you in any way.
> max
Thanx Max ! In fact, i'm looking for people who have tested this camera 
with Gem. But i keep in mind your proposition, it could be useful ;)


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