New edition of Vision Systems Design magazine is now available. In March 2014 issue, you can get latest news and development on machine-vision systems design and image-processing analysis. Here are featured articles for this month.
Image sensors build on the brilliance of Bayer
Invented in 1976 by Bryce Bayer, the Bayer filter is perhaps the most well-known color filter arrays currently in use.
sCMOS cameras target scientific applications
While general purpose CCD and CMOS imagers are used in many off-the-shelf digital cameras, novel imager architectures are needed to address the needs of more specialized markets.
UV lighting targets machine vision applications
While many of today’s machine vision systems use visible LED lighting components with which to illuminate products to be inspected, both shorter ultraviolet (UV) and longer infrared (IR) lighting can prove more useful in specialized applications.
Developers look to open sources for vision algorithms
Numerous options exist to speed the development of machine vision and image processing algorithms.
Standards converters provide mix-and match imaging
Developers of machine vision and image processing systems are faced with a myriad of choices when choosing which camera to computer interface to use.
Roof tiles inspected with sound and vision
Although the humble roof tile may not appear to be the most sophisticated of products, to produce tiles of a consistent quality, manufacturers must ensure that their production lines employ the latest in inspection technology.
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About Vision Systems Design Magazine:
Vision Systems Design Magazine is main resource for engineers who research, design, develop, manufacture, and integrate components and subsystems for machine-vision systems and image-processing and analysis. The magazine focuses 100% on designing or integrating image-capture, processing, storage, transmission or output products for a wide range of scientific, medical industrial and military/aerospace applications.