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Inspection on the Surface

By Gerald W Budd
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When we talk about diffuse lighting, we really mean uniform light intensity from all directions.  This really isn’t possible unless you intend to perform your inspection within an integrating sphere.


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Reducing Seismic Risk for an Ancient Roman Amphitheater

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The purpose of the system is to continuously monitor static and dynamic measurements from distributed sensors inside the Arena di Verona.


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First Images from FluxData's Multispectral Camera Captured from International Space Station

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The system’s Green, Red and Near-infrared spectral response bands were selected to emulate those of the Landsat 7 satellite and provide many of the same benefits for vegetation and moisture discrimination, monitoring and identification.
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Lower Operating Expense Augments Digital X-Rays' Uptake Across Industries

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Technological improvements help digital X-rays close the cost gap with film radiography.
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Software: Quality Inspection Beyond Color

By Romik Chatterjee
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The 2-CCD camera extends machine vision inspection to applications involving shape.
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Vision & Sensors 101: The LED Basics

By Dr. Norman Axelrod
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Light output per LED has doubled about every two years since 1970. Learn more about this growing technology.


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Q&A: Selecting Lenses for Machine Vision Systems

By Vision and Sensors
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If you’re looking to implement machine vision at your location, understanding your needs before purchasing makes it easier to design the right system.
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Vision & Sensors: Infrared Imaging-Seeing Infrared

By Jason Styron
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Infrared imaging meets machine vision applications.
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Seeing Through Defects

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IDS machine vision cameras locate the smallest defects in twenty football fields of parquet flooring.
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Digital Advances: Work Smarter

By Mario J. Gislao
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Digital advances spark greater productivity in metallurgical laboratory environments.
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