The MT LiDAR (Multi-Triangulation reference design) offers a complete solution for versatile and affordable 3D scanning. Newsight Imaging’s Multi-Triangulation technology allows ultra-high accuracy for short-distance measurement applications.

The technology supports a high frame rate and is highly configurable for different applications and scenarios. The MT LiDAR is based on the NSI1000 sensor and demonstrates the multi-triangulation technology for client evaluation.

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MT LiDAR Features:

  • Mapping of multiple depth points on a line
  • 32 depth point
  • Depth resolution 20um – 1mm
  • Frame rate 3000fps (32 concurrent points)
  • Optimal for distances 5cm – 5m
  • Full 3D map by a single scan
  • The Sensor’s high frame rate allows for real-time response,
    ideal for ongoing production and structures inspection control

MT LiDAR Imaging

The Package Includes:

  • Newsight NSI1000 sensor & RDC board.
  • Full software package for windows 10 on PC.
  • On-board ST MCU – ARM® Cortex®-M4.
  • Imaging lens with a bandpass filter.
  • On-board laser driver with line laser mounted.




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Multi Triangulation Technology

  • Laser triangulation technology is applied with a laser that projects light onto a target.
  • The distance is measured based on a calculation of the angle of the returned light.
  • Beneficial, for example, in smart manufacturing applications that require exact short-range measurements.
  • Can be applied in part/assembly production inspection processes due to its ability to provide precise data even for low contrast objects, using 3D inspection and measurement.


Multi Triangulation enabled in NSI1000

  • Newsight’s CMOS sensors use its pixels array to identify distance accurately and reduce reflections/noises.
  • The chips provide key benefits for using laser triangulation, such as notably high frame rate, high sensitivity, and accuracy (detection range).
  • Multi triangulation technology is enabled in Newsight’s new area sensor – the NSI1000. Using an array of 32 triangulations of 1024 pixels (32 channels) or using 1-line of 2048 pixels for a longer-distance or higher resolution triangulation. The chip can operate in different modes, frame by frame, and change methods from a range detector to a regular camera and an illumination sensor on-the-fly via software programming.