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Integration with Consumer Electronics

Bringing Professional-Grade Technology to All

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Imaging Systems on the Perseverance Mars Rover

23 unique imaging systems help the Perseverance Mars rover look for signs of water and ancient life on the red planet.

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Trends in Machine Vision Camera Technology

Four major trending topics in machine vision technology include edge artificial intelligence (edge AI), AI paired with high-resolution sensors, event-based machine vision, and affordability of SWIR sensor technology.

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Advancements in CMOS Sensor Technology

Sensor Manufacturing Designs & Methods

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Computer Generated Hologram Metrology

Computer Generated Hologram metrology provides a new solution for overcoming traditional asphere metrology. Learn more about CGH metrology at Edmund Optics.

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Non-Line-of-Sight Imaging

Seeing around corners is no longer science fiction thanks to ultrafast lasers and sensitive cameras

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Trending Liquid Lenses in Imaging

Quickly Autofocus and Overcome Depth of Field Limitations

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Photonic-Electronic Integrated Circuits

The future of high-speed technology: integrated photonics use light instead of electricity for computing and signal processing

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Ruggedized Imaging Systems for Harsh Environments

The growth of automation has introduced machine vision lenses to more harsh environments involving shock, vibration, contaminants, and temperature swings.

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Top 4 trends 2019

Advances in Smart Materials, Imaging, and Ultrafast Laser Optics

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Hyperspectral and Multispectral Imaging

Hyperspectral imaging (HSI) and multispectral imaging (MSI) are two related technologies that make use of specialized vision systems to acquire extra image information from extended regions of the electromagnetic spectrum aside from the visible spectrum.

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