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Color Imaging: Color: It's Not Always What You See

January 10, 2012
Color is a versatile, non-contact method to identify materials and material variations and its wave properties are commonly used for gauging.
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Case Study: Customer Requirements Define 3CCD

January 5, 2012
It was a call from a European pharma organization with a particularly challenging inspection that led to PPT Vision’s investigation of three charge-coupled-device (3CCD) camera technology.
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Connectors and Cables: Connectors and Cables 101

January 4, 2012
Fully understanding the application will help ensure that the cabling and connectors utilized provide the expected performance and durability.
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Case Study: Nikon Metrology iNexiv Helps FMI Master Critical Medical Component Molding

January 3, 2012
iNexiv adds speed and quality to ultra-clean molding of silicone components that go into lifesaving medical devices.
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eXtra: The Essentials of Product Identification Using Machine Vision

December 8, 2011
A barcode is a symbol that conveys information about the product to which it is attached. It is generally a pattern of black and white lines or dots that cannot be read by humans, but can be read by machines called barcode readers.
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Machine Uses Artificial Vision to Detect Rotten Oranges

November 10, 2011
A machine that uses artificial vision and UV rays to scan through citrus fruits and get rid of rotten ones has been developed in Spain.
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Digital Cameras Enable Advanced Research in Microscale Fluid Behavior

June 28, 2011
Gaining momentum as a viable research tool, microfluidics is proving to be particularly useful for scientists researching cell structure and function.
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Quality Inspections at Ford Genk

April 8, 2011
Automatic quality controls with Flir A320 ensure that the cars produced at Ford Genk work perfectly.
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Can Manufacturer Implements Color Vision Solution for Consistency

March 4, 2011
Applied Vision advanced color imaging system provides converted end inspection advantages.
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First Humanoid Robot Set to Fly in Space

January 4, 2011
Robonaut 2 (R2), which was jointly developed by NASA and General Motors, makes its visual decisions using the imaging software Halcon from MVTec.
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