Monthly Archives: April 2012

My Favourite “Easy®” Button

Apr 24, 2012

Thomas Edison once said, “Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration.” I have to admit that I don’t like that ratio very much. Perhaps I don’t aspire to be a genius. I would much prefer to spend more … Continue reading

Posted on by Paul in Machine Vision | Leave a comment

Looking at transfer bandwidth from another perspective

Apr 17, 2012

One thing I’ve learned from my years in Machine Vision is that performance and bandwidth are never enough to satisfy leading edge applications; hence the constant quest to increase the transmission speed of camera interfaces. Teledyne DALSA has always been … Continue reading

Posted on by Eric in Cameras, Frame grabbers, Interface Standards, Machine Vision | 1 Comment

Imaging as Life Changing Technology

Apr 10, 2012

Recently, I was asked to speak at our Manufacturing team’s “town hall” to describe what our Life Science and X-Ray group are up to. Generally, I believe that individuals are more engaged in their work when they have an understanding … Continue reading

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Excellent post on better lighting for line scan applications

Apr 4, 2012

Hi, Just a quick note to share with you a recent post by B Grey. Check it out here.

Posted on by Geralyn in Machine Vision | Leave a comment

Sowing the Seeds of Camera Link HS

Apr 3, 2012

Its spring time finally, a time of new beginnings and a time to get out in the garden and start planting in anticipation of the harvest to come. In my mind, technology and product development are a bit like gardening … Continue reading

Posted on by Mike in Cameras, Frame grabbers, Image processing, Interface Standards, Machine Vision | Leave a comment

CMOS Group Advances Flexible Imaging Technology

Apr 1, 2012

I think I’m finally getting the hang of this blogging thing – and while we have a requirement not to prattle on about IP, I’m pretty sure what I’m about to share with you will be announced shortly anyways. We’re … Continue reading

Posted on by Matthias in Machine Vision | 3 Comments