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bluedevilsteve

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  1. Do you all know how easy it is to run Imaging Source cameras from within a Linux environment? Specifically I'm thinking about running two DMK41AU02 's at once. They're monochrome CCD's, 1280/960 pixels. Is there software available to control the cameras through Linux?
  2. Hi there guys, this is my first post here, I apologize if I'm posting this incorrectly. I'm a student at University, and I'm doing some undergraduate research with an accomplished professor of mine. Right now he's having me do some research on the hardware we need for our next experiment. What I need from you good people is knowledge on how to operate two cameras simultaneously, aimed at the same targets; preferably at precisely the same cadence, accurately time-stamped. If we need additional hardware/software to do that, that is not a problem. The cameras we are using are two DMK 41AU02 USB 2.0 monochrome from Imaging Source. Can anyone point me in the right direction? I haven't found a way to do so with the included software disc IC Capture.AS 2.2.... Thanks for your help!
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