Monthly Archives: January 2012

Business as Usual.

Jan 31, 2012

I had to title this post “Business as Usual”… it’s what they always say. It’s safe. We’ve all heard it before. My employer has used it when acquiring companies in the past, and they used the phrase again when we … Continue reading

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Sensor Quantum Efficiency, Social Media and Matthias.

Jan 24, 2012

Hello, My name is Matthias. Like Cher, I’ve decided not to publish with my full name, for a few reasons, but mostly as a result of recent conversations with my wife about spam (not the meat) and security. I admit, … Continue reading

Posted on by Matthias in CMOS, Image processing, Machine Vision | 2 Comments

Emerging MV Standards Mean Staying Ahead of the Game.

Jan 17, 2012

If you are like me, you may be getting confused by the plethora of interface standards that are appearing everywhere in Machine Vision. It started smoothly with Camera Link more than ten years ago. Then came DCAM for Firewire, followed … Continue reading

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