Vision & Optical

Technical articles and tutorials on machine vision and optical sensors, primarily for industrial applications.

Machine Learning Comes To Embedded Vision   December 8, 2016

The machine-learning algorithm Convolutional Neuronal Network (CNN) copies the way the human brain processes images. Once trained, they can shrink to a few megabytes to be used in embedded applications.More>>

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Cognex acquires EnShape GmbH and AQSenseMore>>

Force Sensing Defines Domestic-Appliance/User Relationships   November 25, 2016

Force sensing may be about to change the way we interact with domestic appliances – here’s why.More>>

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Sierra-Olympic’s Vinden 150 EX Continuous Zoom Thermal Chassis Camera for Security   November 23, 2016

Affordable camera provides highly-sensitive thermal imaging using uncooled VOx microbolometer technology and an efficient continuous zoom optic. More>>

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US Digital Introduces New High Resolution E4T Optical Encoders at SPS IPC Drives 2016   November 22, 2016

Small E4Ts deliver position and velocity feedback, while fitting National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) motors as small as size eight. More>>

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Camera Eyes Factory Automation Apps   November 17, 2016

GigE uEye FA camera series can withstand anything. More>>

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Color Microscope Camera Provides Intelligent Real-Time and Fluorescence Imaging    November 17, 2016

Olympus DP74 color fluorescence microscope camera combines advanced image processing technology, a low-noise design and easy-to-use software. More>>

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Collaborative project delivers glare resistant Augmented Reality glasses    November 15, 2016

Inuitive’s and Heptagon’s technologies enable HiScene’s next generation AR for indoor and outdoor applications More>>

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Cognex Launches First Multi Smart Camera Vision System   November 11, 2016

The In-Sight VC200 series is deemed the only multi-camera system that gets faster with each camera added. More>>

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OSI Optoelectronics’ New Annular Quadrant Backscatter Detectors   November 10, 2016

Devices operate between 350 nm to 1100 nm and are used for backscatter reflectivity measurements. More>>


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