Tag Archives: Time Delay & Integration

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

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New Technology Takes Time

Aug 30, 2012

Today, we expect new technologies to come to market very quickly. The truth is it takes many years to realize the full benefits of a new technology. Consider the cell phone. Wikipedia’s History of Mobile Phones tells us it all … Continue reading

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Imaging as Life Changing Technology

Apr 10, 2012

Recently, I was asked to speak at our Manufacturing team’s “town hall” to describe what our Life Science and X-Ray group are up to. Generally, I believe that individuals are more engaged in their work when they have an understanding … Continue reading

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