Category Archives: Cameras

Spectral Cognisance 4 – Is Lux more than Luxury?

Feb 15, 2013

Coming from a Machine Vision World, “Lux” and Human Vision have been a mystery to me for a long time. Thankfully, we have had some customers in the application of human vision and I’ve been able to remedy this situation. … Continue reading

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3D Laser Triangulation Calibration

Feb 5, 2013

In many applications, 2D cameras are used to produce 3D imaging for general purpose inspections. There are many applications that benefit from 3D inspection, including reverse engineering, electronics, food and auto parts inspection, and recreational or sport simulation. There are … 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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Fireside Reading for the Imaging Aficionado

Dec 11, 2012

Although I live in Montreal where the chilly winter weather gives us an excuse to stay indoors, the holiday season, regardless of your local climate, is another good reason to hunker down by the fire (or swimming pool?) and catch … Continue reading

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A Program of Study for Machine Vision you say? Great idea.

Dec 6, 2012

While I could post on B Grey’s blog and agree that a program of study for implementing machine vision is a great idea, I believe there’s more buy cheap viagra canada to say. That the AIA’s the organization to lead … Continue reading

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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

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A New Predator in the Machine Vision World

Oct 10, 2012

I was recently reading an article about the upcoming USB3 Vision interface standard – essentially a discussion around the impact of USB3 Vision on GigE Vision, (its sister standard from the AIA). Though I agree that USB3 Vision is the new … Continue reading

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CLHS Standard Development for MV Delivers its Own Lessons.

Jul 16, 2012

By my own admission, and as an engineer with more than a few years of design experience, I recognize there are always opportunities for learning. I’d like to share with you my most recent schooling – it was around CRC … Continue reading

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Embedded Development Made Easy with Windows CE

Jun 19, 2012

What may first come to mind when planning the development of an embedded application is the burden of learning a new suite of concepts and tools. For instance, you might think that enabling your existing Windows application to run on a smart … Continue reading

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