Products by Controlled Capture Systems

"A man is but the product of his thoughts, what he thinks, he becomes." 

-Mahatma Gandhi

Since its inception in 2002, Controlled Capture Systems has successfully developed many computer controlled vision systems for organizations such as: NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 3M, the Alaska Science Center, GModelo, and many other large and small businesses. Many of our image acquisition systems are based our our foundation image acquisition engine that we call RTLVideo. This software engine is a fully customizable time-lapse based single to multiple camera control suite.  RTLVideo has been used for image capture studies that range from aerial studies of nesting geese to studying bubble formation and characteristics in zero-gravity

Below are examples of our fully customizable and publicly available hardware and software products. We offer all of our software suites as free down-loadable trial packages and we invite you to download and use them to see what you can do with our software. Many clients have used these base packages to capture images of events from students cheating while taking tests to involved chemical reaction processes. We invite you to join and browse through our Forums to get acquainted with our great customer support, to ask questions about our products and services, and to learn more about Controlled Capture Systems.

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With the AndroiDAQ data acquisition module for Android and LabVIEW you are no longer required to be tethered to a laptop for motion control, field data collection, and robotics experiments. AndroiDAQ is one of the most cost effective cost-per-channel data acquisition modules on the market today. Click here for more information about AndroiDAQ or order your AndroiDAQ module today.

 

Data Acquisition Enabled Machine Vision

Visual digital observation that is sensory enabled. Combining digital imagery with external data acquisition from sensors allows cross correlation between the data and imagery.