NIRYO_VISION

Niryo Vision Set

The Niryo Vision Set gives The Ned Robot the ability to detect objects and select the ones you want to interact with. It comes with a camera and objects of different shapes and colors to allow you to prototype advanced Industry 4.0 processes using vision inputs.

Ned is a collaborative 6-axis robot based on open-source technologies.

Exceptionally useful for:-

  • Education
  • Vocational training
  • Research laboratories

High quality - low cost robotics for learning at all levels

Give your projects new perspectives and prototype advanced industry 4.0 processes with the Vision Set.

Main features:

  • Object detection based on colors and shapes
  • Easily performs complex functions like visual picking with new blocks in Niryo Studio's Blockly interface
  • Overall range of vision thanks to the Wrist Vision Module
  • Modular workspace that can be fixed to the Niryo One or the Ned thanks to the Mechanical Connector included, or used in many orientations and inclinations
  • Fits the Ned Robot Arm Ecosystem
ModelELP-USBFHD06H-L21
SensorSony IMX322
Lens Size2.1 mm
Pixel Size12.8×11.6 mm
Image Area2000(H)x1121(V) approx. 2.24 M pixels
Max Resolution1080p (1920×1080)
Resolution & Frame Rate Available

Compressed & Raw: 320×240@30fps / 352×288@30fps / 640×360@30fps / 640×480@30fps

Raw only: 800×600@ 15 fps

Compressed only:800×600@30fps / 1280×720@30fps / 1920×1080@30fps

Raw FormatYUV
S/N Ratio42 dB
Dynamic Range86 dB
Sensitivity5.0 V / lux-sec@550nm
Mini Illumination0. 01 lux
Shutter TypeElectronic rolling shutter / Frame exposure
Adjustable ParametersBrightness, Contrast, Saturation, Hue, Sharpness, Gamma, Gain, White Balance, Backlight Contrast, ExposureAdjustable Parameters Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Hue, Sharpness, Gamma, Gain, White Balance, Backlight Contrast, Exposure
Working temperature-20 °C ~ 85 °C
Operating system requirementsWindows 7 or aboveOperating system requirements Windows 7 or aboveLinux 2.6 or aboveAndroid 4.0 or above
Connecting Port TypeUSB 2.0 High Speed – Plug & Play
USB Cable1.0 Meter

Example Curriculum for use with the Niryo NED

Niryo produce a curriculum that is followed in many universities and training establishments

Start using NED

STARTER GUIDE

Introduction to robotics
Presentation of NED 
How to use NED
Practical application
Hardware
Introduction to robotics
Fields of application
Different types of robots
Components of a robotic arm
Degree of freedom 
Spatial position of a solid object 
General architecture of NED 
How to use NED
How to use NED Studio
Connection to NED


Languages & Protocols

PROGRAMMING NED WITH BLOCKLYPROGRAMMING NED  WITH PYTHONPROGRAMMING NED WITH ROSTRAJECTORIES GENERATION & SIMULATION WITH MATLAB®

Presentation of Blockly

The programming environment

Programming Blocks

Exercise

How to use python API

Connection to the robot

First script

Basic python API

Functions

Constants

Methods

Programming NED with Python API

Exercises

Practical Case: Pick & Pack

Installation

Interact with ROS command line

Simulation of NED with RVIZ

Nodes, Topics and Services

Exercise: Nodes and Topics

Test: Nodes and Topics

Moveit's discovery

Discovery exercise: Moveit

Exercise: ROS in command Line

What you will need

Direct geometric model

Inverse geometric model

Trajectories generation

Practical application

Correction



Vision & Image processing

IMAGE PROCESSING IN PYTHONDISCOVERY OF VISION WITH BLOCKLY

What you will need

Setup

Implementation of an image processing pipeline

Colour threshold

Morphological operations

Object detection

Validation

What you will need

Setup

Applications

Exercise: Vision Pick

Exercise: Multi- Reference Packaging

Further on