Our team is ready to assist you!
An imaging phenomenon that limits the accuracy of measurement to at least two pixel separations because signals impinging on the sensor may fall on a pixel or on the space between pixels. Statistically speaking, the latter case may cause a response in the pixel to the immediate left or the immediate right of the space. Due to the standard scan frequency of 60Hz, such a static image will exhibit jitter between the two pixels in question over time.
See also Pixel
Optics Application Examples – Read our most popular Optics app note. Learn about detector systems, selecting the right lens, and building a projection system.
Laser Spot Size Calculator – Use our featured EO Tech Tool to determine spot size from user-supplied working distances.
EO Imaging Lab – Free training videos with imaging and illumination tips and tricks.