Monthly Archives: November 2012

IR-Cut Off Filter – A Powerful Weapon for Optimizing Color Imaging

Nov 29, 2012

Last week, Matthias posted on the topic of image sensor color reproduction. Today, I’ll be speaking from the camera perspective and offering some insight on how to achieve optimal color quality images in any environment. You may be surprised at how … Continue reading

Posted on by Glen in Cameras, Color imaging, Machine Vision | Tagged | 3 Comments

Spectral Cognisance 3 – When Black turns Red

Nov 23, 2012

We have established that emission and absorption spectra are quite important in image sensing. Why is this so?

Posted on by Matthias in CMOS, Image Sensors | Comments Off on Spectral Cognisance 3 – When Black turns Red

256 Shades of Grey in the World of Machine Vision – Part 2

Nov 13, 2012

In my last post I described the role of shot noise in determining the ability of machine vision systems to detect objects. Specifically, I pointed out that in my experience, shot noise rather than detector read noise is more often … Continue reading

Posted on by Eric F in Machine Vision | Tagged , , , , | Comments Off on 256 Shades of Grey in the World of Machine Vision – Part 2