Scalable video made easy.
High definition networked video cameras with millisecond-precise synchronization. Record simultaneously from any number of cameras, for multi-view 3D tracking of behavior.
Multi-user, multi-experiment, multi-view.
Control securely and access remotely.
Process video stream in real-time and simultaneously record to disk.
Pair different host systems with up to 60 cameras on one network.
Lifetime license and software support included; no recurring annual costs.
Made for Research
Infrared or visible light, behavioral monitoring or deep-learning 3D tracking, real-time or offline processing: e3Vision flexibly covers all these use cases. Road-tested by the DeepLabCut authors and featured in tracking case studies. e3Vision used in DeepLabCut Case Study #7: pupil tracking by Thomas Vaissière
With their miniature size, universal GoPro-style mounts, and single-cable connections, our cameras and hubs are made for fast and easy deployment in compact labs and behavioral enclosures.
|e3Vision||Security Cameras||Machine Vision Cameras|
15 cameras per hub, up to 4 hubs per gigabit network
10-50 cameras on separate switches on network
1-2 cameras fills up a gigabit network
One-click synchronized recordings for all cameras
Clock differences cause seconds of video drift over hours, cannot be synchronized with neural data
Can be synchronized using a separate sync cable
|Ease of use|
Single cable handles data, power, and sync
Single data / power cable, not synchronized
Separate data / power, and sync cables
Proprietary GUI, not easily integrated with experiments
Depends on manufacturer
|Secure remote access|
Local only or self-hosted remote control options. Authenticated login and encrypted control of cameras.
Cloud-based remote access and storage not suitable for human or animal research recordings
Can usually only be viewed or controlled by the recording PC, authentication generally not supported
e3Vision hub with proprietary sync + power + data
High flexibility ethernet cables
Lifetime supported free recording software + HTTP API + Python SDK