Digital holography possesses the advantages of wide-field, non-contact, precise, and dynamic measurements for the complex amplitude of object waves.
With the introduction of uEye XCP, uEye XLE, and Ensenso S, camera specialist IDS proves that industrial-grade image processing technology does not have to be expensive. New helpful tools, such as attention maps, illustrate how the camera AI works and makes decisions.
Smoltification is a complex series of physiological changes that allow young Atlantic salmon to adapt from living in fresh water to living in seawater.
Rock imaging is now recognized as an expert discipline that requires deep technical knowledge of imaging methodologies, a keen understanding of the complexity of rocks, and familiarity with data science techniques including image processing, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.
Vinyl nitrile is a closed-cell foam derived from synthetic rubber. It is soft, flexible and offers good impact attenuation.
New “maps” of hundreds of thousands of cells linked to inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) provide newer insights on their effects on intestinal tissues via a newly employed imaging method known as “imaging mass cytometry.”
Researchers have developed a new method that can automatically produce clear images through murky water.
Thanks to significant UK Government funding for innovation in space technology, XCAM Ltd working with the Open University, developed new enhanced performance imaging technology to help enable the Open University conduct research support as part of NASA’s Roman Space Telescope (Roman Space Telescope/NASA) and as a flagship for space applications in the future.
Fetching the snapshots of systems and processes at accurate time points is key to research and development in several sectors, including material science, biology, and engineering.
Princeton Infrared Technologies, Inc., specialists in indium gallium arsenide imaging technology and affordable shortwave-infrared linescan cameras, visible-SWIR science cameras, and 1- and 2-D imaging arrays, announces a $1 million, 1-year award from the Air Force Armament Directorate to fund the development of a 640x512 uncooled SWIR camera integrated with BAE Systems’ Open Seeker Architecture for low cost targeting and tracking applications.