For example, using two light sources, an Encoder (same position) camera will take images twice (different light sources each emit light once). By separating the odd-numbered strips (the first light source) and the even-numbered strips (the second light source), you can get images with two effects.
You can use a single row of cameras to get a variety of effects in one shot. We use FPGA to control and synchronize the exposure time of each camera and the On-Off time of the light source to interleave Flashing different light sources, so You can use a single-row camera with multiple sets of light sources to achieve multiple image effects in one scan. After long-term verification, it has been proved that there will be no residual brightness interference between these effects.