Objects with Differing Shapes and Liquids Can Also Be Measured
Colors with food product textures (lumpy, shiny, etc.) can be measured.
Various applications, such as research and development of food products and measurement of uneven cooking, are anticipated.
Colors with texture can be compared through color distribution measurement for inspection locations and measurement of the coincidence of this distribution.
STEP 1: Photograph the Standard Image
Unmelted Ice CreamPhotograph the food product that will serve as the standard.
It is also possible to import previously photographed standard images.
STEP 2: Photograph the Image to Be Inspected
Ice Cream that Has Melted After Several MinutesPhotograph the food product to be inspected.
STEP 3: Specify the Range You Would Like to Inspect Within the Photographed Image
Setting the Location to Be MeasuredSpecify the range of inspection within the image photographed in STEP 2, in a range that is appropriate for inspection.
STEP 4: Check for Color Distribution Shifts
Measure the range set in STEP 3.
The color distributions for the standard object and the object to be inspected are displayed. Differences in colors with texture are displayed through “color distribution coincidence,” our company’s unique parameter.
“The Ice Cream’s State of Melting”
Correlation Graph Between the 2D Colorimeter and Time Elapsed, with the Ice Cream in an Unmelted State as the Standard