Color Camera SDK for Windows
The Color Camera SDK provides the ability to manage camera connections, perform various operations with connected cameras, configure connected cameras and retrieve information related to connected cameras.
Documentation

Beginner

Overview

This section provides detailed information about how to use various functionalities of the Bioptic Color Camera SDK to develop applications.

Beginner

Basics

The Bioptic Color Camera SDK provides the ability to manage camera connections (via the device manager class), perform various operations with connected cameras, configure connected cameras and retrieve information related to connected cameras via the ZebraCamera class.

Beginner

Camera Management

Camera DiscoveryCamera discovery is the first step to communicate with a zebra camera. Create a DeviceManager instance as follows:

Beginner

Camera Object Functionality

The following information is provided via camera object methods.

Beginner

Camera Object SDK Methods/Properties

Table 1 Methods and Properties

Beginner

Managing Events

Applications can register for one or more events, to be notified when it occurs. There are several types of events:

Beginner

Set Defaults

Reset camera parameters to defaults by calling the SetDefaults method as follows:

Beginner

Capture Snapshot

To trigger snapshot image event programmatically, call the CaptreSnapshot method as follows:

Intermediate

Overview

The Bounding Box Detection Library detects the bounding box of a moving object in the field of view of a MP7 Bioptic scanner using OpenCV.

Intermediate

Bounding Box Detection Configuration

The bounding box background filter type defines how the bounding box is detected, the following table lists the possible configurations for background filter types.

Intermediate

Bounding Box Detection Sample

The C++ Bounding box detection API is defined in the camera_imaging library:

Intermediate

Camera SDK COM API

The Bioptic Color Camera SDK provides a COM service(“bcc_com.exe”) with the following corresponding methods /properties/events, that allows calling the Bioptic Color Camera SDK API from C# or other COM clients.

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