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1 June 2014 Welcome to Theia Technologies Big Picture Webinar © Theia Technologies, 2009
Agenda Theia lens technology –What is it and what can I expect? (Technology) –Why should I use it? (Benefits) –Where and how can I use it? (Applications) –What if I have questions? (Tech support) –Questions 1 June 2014© Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Theia Technologies High quality optics Added variety –Wider angle lenses –Unique no fisheye distortion lenses –Day/Night megapixel lenses Innovation in optical design Offering Theias unique lenses helps you sell (megapixel) cameras © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Linear Optical Technolog® Ultra wide lenses without distortion –Rectilinear design Designed in the USA –Patented Manufactured by our Japanese partner Image is inverted –Switch image orientation in camera software © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Optical distortion correction Typical wide angle lens All other security lenses with fields of view greater than 80°have barrel or fisheye distortion Resolution is reduced as the object moves farther from the center of the image Theias rectilinear lens Rectilinear lenses keep straight lines straight Resolution is increased as the object moves farther from the center of the image Both images taken with a 5mpix camera at same distance Typical 2.5mm wide lens Theias SY110 (Ultra Wide Rectilinear) © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Optical distortion correction Typical wide angle lens All other security lenses with fields of view greater than 80°have the well known barrel distortion called fisheye distortion. Resolution is reduced as the object moves farther from the center of the image. Theias rectilinear lens Rectilinear lenses keep straight lines straight Resolution is increased as the object moves farther from the center of the image Typical 2.5mm wide lens Theias SY110 (Ultra Wide Rectilinear) Both images taken with a 5mpix camera at same distance © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Theia lenses SY125 –Up to 135° HFOV 40% more FOV than the SY110 lens –Multi megapixel resolution –auto-iris or manual iris –CS or C mount SY110 –Up to 120° HFOV – IR corrected for Day/Night cameras –Multi megapixel resolution –auto-iris or manual iris –CS or C mount © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Recommendations SY110 –Recommended for VGA/ high res to 3MPix* –Recommended for Day/Night cameras SY125 –Recommended for 1.3MPix to 5MPix –Not recommended for Day/Night cameras –Day camera at night with ample visible light List of enclosures on Theias website –www.TheiaTech.com/accessories.htmlwww.TheiaTech.com/accessories.html * May be used with 5mpix as well © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 New Theia lenses SL1.8-3 Wide Varifocal –Linear Optical Technology® –Up to 115° HFOV* –True zoom –5 Megapixel resolution – IR corrected for Day/Night cameras –auto-iris or manual iris –CS mount –50mm long, slip ring –Production 12/10 SL9-40 Telephoto –7° to 36° HFOV* –5 Megapixel resolution – IR corrected for Day/Night cameras –auto-iris or manual iris –CS mount –50mm long, slip ring –Production Jan. 11 © Theia Technologies, 2009 * Depending on sensor size
1 June 2014 Ultra wide angle lenses Image taken with SY125 and 5mpix camera; image is cropped vertically to remove uninteresting sky and ground. SY125 has 90% more FOV compared to standard 90° 3mm lens SY110 has 40% more FOV compared to standard 90° 3mm lens. © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Field of view Camera resolutionVGA/ high res 1.3MPix2MPix*3MPix*5MPix Sensor size1/41/3 1/2 1/2.5 SY110 FOV(H) (V) (D) SY125 FOV(H) (V) (D) *on a 1/2 sensor the image will have dark corners (see next slide) © Theia Technologies, 2009
Vignetting & Cropping 1 June 2014 All taken with SY125 and 3mpix camera © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June D stretching Rectilinear lenses create 3D stretching –Objects in the same plane are the same width –Objects with depth appear stretched Increasing number of pixels on the object © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Theias rectilinear lens SY110 composite picture SY110 and 5mpix camera © Theia Technologies, 2009
Image Resolution v. FOV 1 June 2014© Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Interactive lens calculator Available at Considerations: Camera resolution Lens FOV Camera distance from subject Camera height Image resolution FOV coverage Camera/lens position, angle © Theia Technologies, 2009
Benefits Better Image Quality 1 June 2014 Same area of the image with Theias lens shows increased image edge resolution High quality multi-megapixel optics provide a clear image Improved image resolution at the edges of the image Increases the likelihood of recognition and identification SY110 maintains focus in IR illumination Lens with barrel distortion shows decreased resolution Both images taken with 3mpix © Theia Technologies, 2009
Benefits 1 June 2014 Same coverage requires 18 high res camera with (typical) 4mm lenses Complete perimeter coverage with 8 Theia lenses and megapixel cameras Lower total cost of system ownership Ultra wide HFOV reduces the number of cameras required Saves money on installation, maintenance, and monitoring Multi megapixel lens resolution allows use of up to 5MPix camera Digital PTZ eliminates the cost of installation and maintenance of mechanical PTZ © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Benefits More convenient system to use Real time, all optical distortion correction Eliminates the need for dewarping software – no extra step Straight lines remain straight in the image - easier for operator to monitor, less fatigue Monitor wider area on one screen/window Typical 2.5mm wide lens Theias SY110 (Ultra Wide Rectilinear) © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Campus security Wilsonville, OR high school SY125 and 5mpix camera © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Campus Security Case Study - Salem, NJ high school Partial schematic – Hexagon hallway ring © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Campus Security Case Study - Salem, NJ high school Hexagonal hallway ring, taken with 5mpix camera and Theia SY125M © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Parking Lot SY125 and 5mpix camera © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Digital PTZ Zoom in up to 16X SY125 and 5mpix camera © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Parking garage entry point SY125 and 5mpix camera © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Bank drive-up ATM SY125 image from an arms length Car front and rear license plate visible SY125 and 5mpix camera © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Transportation security (fixed assets and infrastructure) SY125 and 5mpix camera © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Transportation security (mobile security monitoring) SY125 and 5mpix camera © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Substation Critical Infrastructure SY125 and 5mpix camera © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Warehouse SY125 and 5mpix camera © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Grocery Store SY125 and 5mpix camera © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Check-out stand Overhead view from 8 ceiling SY125 and 5mpix camera © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Confined Space Camera 7 ceiling SY110 and 1.3mpix camera © Theia Technologies, 2009
1 June 2014 Marketing & Technical Support (503) Resources available from Theias website –Image resolution calculator and white paper (/calculator.html)/calculator.html –What to expect white paper (/papers.html)/papers.html –Application pictures and examples (/applications.html)/applications.html –Compatible cameras list (/cameras.html)/cameras.html –Technical Data Sheets (/products.html)/products.html –Additional marketing materials (/marketing.html)/marketing.html In the news –Trade show schedule –Press releases, editorial content and advertisements –Testimonials –Available from /news.html/news.html © Theia Technologies, 2009
Thank you! 1 June 2014© Theia Technologies, 2009 Contact us: Theia Technologies SW Town Center Loop W, Suite 4 Wilsonville, Oregon office: fax:
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