DaVis is the complete software solution for intelligent (laser) imaging for fluid dynamics, combustion, spray applications as well as material strain and deformation imaging.
Flexible image acquisition modes, advanced image processing algorithms, intelligent storage and presentation of multi-dimensional image data as well as the software controlled operation of all implemented hardware are the key features of DaVis.
LaVision’s new DaVis 10 defines a new landmark of cutting-edge innovations in Intelligent Laser Imaging software. Combining high-performance cameras with outstanding image processing algorithms opens new dimensions for your imaging applications. DaVis 10 has been redesigned from the ground-up to deliver a software for modern demands for usability, data handling and visualization.
DaVis 10 includes LaVision’s most innovative algorithms for 4D measurements of flow fields, 3D surfaces, sprays, mixing and combustion processes. Latest innovations like the robot-assisted MiniShaker for high-density particle tracking with Shake-the-Box, Pressure from PIV and Tomographic LIF provide a comprehensive platform for Intelligent Imaging.
DaVis 10 has been redesigned from the ground-up to match the requirements of current and future imaging technology. A pure 64 bit structure, a fresh layout, and a responsive user interface improve the workflow and lead to a satisfying user experience. New data displays for visualizing 3D/4D data are powerful and user-friendly. The internal data format has been optimized to efficiently handle the huge amount of data and high transfer rates generated by state-of-the-art multi-camera systems.
More than 100 camera and laser models are integrated into and controlled by DaVis 10. This high degree of integration offers an intuitive and seamless operation of the complete system, especially when combining different camera models and hardware components. Furthermore, DaVis 10 combined with our comprehensive Programmable Timing Unit (PTU X) delivers precise timing and hardware control with a clear and consistent user interface. A new graphical hardware setup presents even complex systems with a clear visual layout. The setup procedure is simplified with drag and drop hardware configuration and automatic detection of installed devices.