The latest version of the 3D imager is runs at 16 frames / second and has 512 x 512 pixel resolution. It can operate in broad day-light, and its range tops out at about 100 feet (200 feet with really cooperative targets).  Range accuracy and optical resolution are currently well below potential. The imager is about 5.5” x 5.5” x 12” in size and weighs three pounds.

We are now engineering the fourth implementation of the 3D imager in which we aim to reduce the size of the package further, greatly improve the resolution of the camera (it should be as good as a pair of high-quality night vision goggles), run 90 frames / second (limited by CPU horsepower), have 2mm range accuracy over at least 100 yards of range, and optical resolution of at least 600 line pairs across the field of view.

Our goal is to have this fourth iteration of the 3D imager available for use by the end of Q3, 2023.

For more details you can reach out to Jim Munro.