Monthly Archives: August 2012

New Technology Takes Time

Aug 30, 2012

Today, we expect new technologies to come to market very quickly. The truth is it takes many years to realize the full benefits of a new technology. Consider the cell phone. Wikipedia’s History of Mobile Phones tells us it all … Continue reading

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Spectral Cognisance Part 1 – Bad Red or True Blue?

Aug 14, 2012

Here is a real-life event inspiring a blog post: One of my team’s previous sensor projects is being implemented in our internal camera development. We had just received a new lot of sensors which appeared to have low Responsivity. We … Continue reading

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Teledyne Provides Power and Vision for NASA’s Curiosity Rover

Aug 7, 2012

This week, as sports fans around the world cheer spectacular human achievements at the Olympic Games in London, science fans are also cheering for spectacular achievements even farther from home—perhaps most notably the successful deployment of the Mars Science Laboratory … Continue reading

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Machine Vision Reading List – Summer 2012

Aug 1, 2012

I’ll admit it – I find it hard to be inside on sunny days. I’m fortunate in that  there’s a window nearby so I can at least see those gorgeous blue “Simpsons” skies and white fluffy clouds. Now, along with … Continue reading

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