|The User Interface can be highly customized. The users can arrange the available views in the application to fit their needs. This is done by providing a docking layout for the whole application. In addition, different themes are available.
|The main target for the TOKUPIC application is to support 2D image sensors and cameras.
|The application also includes support for line sensors (based on the underlying DCAM framework). The data can be displayed in a so-called "scrolling live view" which offers frame navigation forward and backwards in time.
|TOKUPIC comes with a so-called Device Discovery. The user has to plug-in the desired devices to the local computer. Within the application, there is a Device Discovery view, which enables the user with a simple click to scan for all connected and supported devices. The found devices are presented in a clear view for further operations.
|In addition to the automatically detected devices, TOKUPIC also supports the use of devices that are manually configured and added by the user.
|After selecting a supported and connected device, the user can view and modify the available device parameters (e.g. exposure time, triggers, capture mode etc.).
|Live Images and Recording
|With TOKUPIC, it is possible to preview live image data from the connected camera devices as well as running high-speed recordings for long time periods. The acquired image data can be saved on the hard disk and loaded on demand (several file formats are supported).
|The application offers basic image processing functionality during camera acquisition (e.g. image flip, rotation, average filtering etc.)
|In addition to the Acquisition Processing, TOKUPIC includes profile and basic data analysis functionality which can be performed based on ROIs (Regions of Interest).
|Run data acquisition for multiple connected camera devices at the same time while viewing live image data. In addition, the connected camera devices do not have to be from the same range. As an example, the user can acquire images from multiple connected DCAM cameras and DirectShow based devices simultaneously.
|Context Sensitive Help
|TOKUPIC offers context sensitive help. This makes it easy for a user to become familiar with the different program capabilities and views. In the application, users can simply press the F1 help key, and the documentation for the corresponding area will show up.
|Based on the Kaishin programming framework, the TOKUPIC application comes with a plug-in concept, which makes it possible to extend the application with its developed software modules. For detailed information and support, please contact Hamamatsu Photonics Deutschland GmbH.