Monthly Archives: March 2012

Turnkey solutions – the challenge of integration

Mar 27, 2012

As imaging experts, we are asked to provide imaging solutions to our customers. Most of the time, we provide part of the solution: a frame grabber, a camera, some software libraries, in other words, generic imaging components. Sometimes customers are … Continue reading

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Improve Color Quality Using Color Calibration

Mar 20, 2012

If you look at a scene containing color objects these objects should appear pretty constant whatever the light source is used to illuminate that scene. But when you look at the image coming out of your color camera shooting that … Continue reading

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If Cameras ate Carrots, We wouldn’t have to Worry about Good Lenses…

Mar 13, 2012

Before we purchased one of those fancy HD video boxes that allow you to pick and choose the channels you want, my partner and I watched whatever we could find on basic cable.  Typically, that meant settling for shows like … Continue reading

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Unnatural Computation. What’s In a Name?

Mar 6, 2012

I’ll mostly blog about the computational machinery and algorithms of natural and machine vision. I can’t go into as much detail on algorithms as Steve Eddins does in his blog on image processing but perhaps this is a relief. I’ll discuss … Continue reading

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