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machine vision interface standards

Camera Link HS Raises the Roof on ROI

Oct 8, 2013

Consider a typical inspection system (Fig. 1) consisting of an area camera inspecting an object with 4 holes near each corner. The inspection system exists to confirm the size and relative location of each hole. The traditional CCD camera reads … Continue reading

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When Machine Vision meets the NFL

Sep 10, 2013

Where were you Sunday evening? As a football fan, I was watching the Dallas Cowboys Season Opener against the New York Giants, on NBC Sunday Night Football. This was a defining moment for Machine Vision: the first time that Replay … Continue reading

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Look Who Just Turned 40!

Jun 18, 2013

At home, I’m the unofficial “Tech” responsible for ensuring that our home computer network runs smoothly. At last count, we have a dozen different devices running on the network, including several smart phones, a few laptops, a printer and just … Continue reading

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Coming Soon! The Ultimate Guide to MV Interface Standards.

May 17, 2013

These days, we see more and more camera interface standards bubbling up. Following on the heels of the original Firewire and Camera Link standards, we saw the advent of GigE Vision. And over the last few years, Camera Link HS, CoaXPress, and … Continue reading

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Light In, Light Out Cameras – Fiber Cable as a Game Changer in Machine Vision

Apr 29, 2013

It’s time for the machine vision industry to literally see the light and start to leverage the advantages of fiber optic technology. Let me shed some light on the subject for you. Increased consumer demand for internet content has spurred … Continue reading

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Social Media – More Than A Daily Dose of Machine Vision

Apr 12, 2013

Even though I’m considered a techie guy (I won’t mention how many Apple devices I own ;-)), I am still a bit “old school” with respect to social media. I don’t tweet, or “whisper”, I’m not on Google+, and don’t … Continue reading

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A Second Life for Camera Link

Jan 29, 2013

In my previous post, “Will USB3 Vision overtake Camera Link?”, I questioned the ability of Camera Link to face the challenge raised by USB3 Vision. Since its introduction in 2000, Camera Link has reigned as the “go to” standard for … Continue reading

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Will USB3 Vision overtake Camera Link?

Jan 23, 2013

After being very visible at the Vision Show (Stuttgart, November 2012), AIA USB3 Vision 1.0 will be released during Automate 2013 this week. This is a significant event for the Machine Vision industry. As I mentioned in a previous blog … Continue reading

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Smart phones might teach us a lesson

Jan 8, 2013

The Holiday Season is the time of the year when parents everywhere attend their children’s mini-shows at school. My daughter sings in a children’s choir and I took the opportunity in December to take in her Christmas performance. I am … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays.

Dec 19, 2012

So, we’re at the end of the year and have arrived at our final post for 2012. I’m not promising brilliance, mostly just a really quick review and the opportunity to thank our readers and  contributors for their continued support … Continue reading

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