Does Scorpion Support Color Processing?

The following tools works on directly on color images:

  • ColorMatcher – classify color based on reference images
  • ColorSegmenter – converts a color image based on hsi filter to bw image
  • ColorAnalyzer – a matrix of color matcher work on a square area to calculate an area with a specific color
  • SurfaceAnalyzer – ColorAnalyzer combined with TextureMatcher
  • ImageConverter – converts color images into bw images

All tools can in Scorpion can extract HSI – Hue, Saturation or Intensity plane from a color image and process this as a bw image.

What kind of tool classes are there in Scorpion?

Scorpion has the following classes of tools: Basic, Data, Edge, Reference, Geometry, Advanced, 3D Basic and 3D Advanced.

Do you have an educational licence?

There is an educational kit – the software licence price have 75% discount or 25% of the list price. The package is made for institutions that want to build a vision lab for their student. With this package the students will learn how to build the vision solutions of tomorrow.

More about pricelists.

How do I update/change my scorpion licence?

When Scorpion is running – follow this procedure:

1. Activate About
2. Press the licence button
3. Paste the new licence code
4. Press register and close the dialog

The licence can also be updated from the Profile Selection Dialog.

Is there a Scorpion demo licence?

Yes, there is a free Scorpion demo licence. The licence is required to evaluate the Scorpion vision software. The licence is obtained from www.scorpionvision.com.

Where do I purchase Scorpion?

Scorpion Vision Software are normally sold to System Integrators around the world that use Scorpion to make system solutions. Scorpion is also sold on an OEM-basis to companies using it as a part of their product.

List of Scorpion Distributors and partners

How does Scorpion benefit from Python?

Python is the glue between vision tools and the system states. It provides a unique flexibility – when configuring Scorpion any business logic can be defined. From Python one can for example access the Draw API providing overlay graphics or the kernel API giving access to all the image processing results.

Python examples in Scorpion Online Help.

It is possible to run an Excel macro from within Scorpion?

Yes this is possible to do. To do this install Python and the Win32 python extensions on the PC. The following function will then run a macro in Excel:

from win32com.client import Dispatch
 def RunExcelMacro(name):
   myExcel = Dispatch('Excel.Application')
   myExcel.Visible = 0
   myExcel.Workbooks.Add('c:Termoetiketter1_2.xls')
   myExcel.Run(name)
   myExcel.DisplayAlerts = 0
   myExcel.Quit()

What is Python good for?

Python is used in many situations where a great deal of dynamism, ease of use, power, and flexibility are required. In the area of basic text manipulation core Python (without any non-core extensions) is easier to use and is roughly as fast as just about any language, and this makes Python good for many system administration type tasks and for CGI programming and other application areas that manipulate text and strings and such.

What is Python?

Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming language. It incorporates modules, exceptions, dynamic typing, very high level dynamic data types, and classes. Python combines remarkable power with very clear syntax. It has interfaces to many system calls and libraries, as well as to various window systems, and is extensible in C or C.

Python is also usable as an extension language for applications that need a programmable interface. Finally, Python is portable: it runs on many brands of UNIX, on the Mac, and on PCs under MS-DOS, Windows, Windows NT, and OS/2.