Tag Archives: sensor

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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256 Shades of Grey: The Story of Shot Noise, Part 1

Sep 18, 2012

People use the term image noise somewhat loosely to capture any non-ideality that detracts from the “ideal” image. Contributors to noise include fixed pattern noise (FPN), photoresponse nonuniformity (PRNU), temporal random read noise, and even artefacts like electronic exposure control … Continue reading

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Improve Color Quality Using Color Calibration

Mar 20, 2012

If you look at a scene containing color objects these objects should appear pretty constant whatever the light source is used to illuminate that scene. But when you look at the image coming out of your color camera shooting that … Continue reading

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