Adimec’s Industrial Imaging and Machine Vision Blog: Best of 2014

Posted by Gretchen Alper on Mon, Dec 22, 2014

Hopefully our blog has been a source of helpful information over the last few years.  Here are quick links to some of our most popular blogs this year in case you missed them.

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Image Quality Improvements

Binning to increase SNR and frame rate with CCD and CMOS industrial cameras

Blooming suppression and Smear rejection with CCD machine vision cameras

Precise sensor mounting and alignment for sharp images in all conditions

Flat field correction on CMOS cameras – for better or for worse?


Image Sensor Selection

CCD versus CMOS, or should it now be CMOS vs. CCD?

CMOS versus CCD – what if you don’t have to choose?


Inspection and Metrology Applications

Detect smaller features with metrology cameras

Increase Accuracy of Optical 3D Measurements

 3D Metrology OEM Camera Requirements


Healthcare Applications

New cancer diagnostic techniques and compact hyperspectral camera solutions are two innovations highlighted at Photonics West

Machine vision applications beyond the production floor: cataract surgery

Instrument design of FFOCT based endoscope using high-resolution imaging for non-invasive biopsy assessment


Global Security Applications

HD daylight full motion video cameras now fill the low light identification gap

Low read noise for low noise applications and low light cameras but also other considerations



Topics: Applications, Vision System Optimization, CCD vs. CMOS, Image Quality Improvements

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