The VW-6000 automatically tracks moving objects in recorded footage to quantify speed, distance, angle, and other measurements. This lets you analyze not only how a target is moving, but how far a target is moving.
Allows the operator to check changes at a specified point on the video.
Used to specify what to analyze.
Played in sync with video. Accurately check graphs against images.
Simultaneous display of video footage and wave form graph data. It is also possible to synchronize playback of video footage and graph data, allowing the operator to accurately check specific values at points in the video where changes occur. By using actual figures and video footage to check axial wobble, robot arm behavior can be quantified. It is now possible to gain more accurate and reliable analysis results.
Graphs the amount of movement for the specified points in X coordinates over time.
Graphs the amount of movement in Y coordinates.
Graphs displacement of the specified points.
Graphs changes in speed for the specified points.
The distance between two points, radius, parallel lines, and other measurements on a still image can also be performed at the same time.
The amount that specified points move can be displayed on video as a trajectory diagram. This lets the operator visualize amounts of movement.