Monthly Archives: March 2013

Spring has sprung! Or has it?

Mar 30, 2013

If you’re still waiting for the ice and snow to melt like I am, then you may find yourself stuck indoors for just a little bit longer. While you’re biding your time, I’ve prepared a light sample of what has … Continue reading

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Machine Vision Design for Performance and Cost

Mar 28, 2013

We all want to pay as little as possible for the things we buy. Sometimes this means we only purchase for the performance we need. We don’t purchase top grade gasoline just because the oil company says it will enhance … Continue reading

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One for All, and All for One – A Flexible Approach to CMOS Line Scan Design

Mar 19, 2013

Our internal projects typically have names that are more “fun” than the part numbers that end up in our datasheets. I’ve been involved in projects with names ranging from star constellations and wine varieties to superheroes! A while back, I … Continue reading

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The Smart Car Project

Mar 12, 2013

Despite the astonishing advances in technology over the last 50 years, we don’t often combine these advancements into a singularly-focused, major project – something big.  The last one was the Apollo missions to the moon, where we used technology from … Continue reading

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Six more weeks of winter? Another reading list to help get you through.

Mar 4, 2013

In keeping with my weather theme, it amazes me how every month of the winter seems to inspire an endless supply of conversation topics. With weather systems that are constantly changing, it’s a wonder we have anything else to talk … Continue reading

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