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Move from CCD to CMOS in medical imaging systems

Posted by Gretchen Alper on Tue, Feb 24, 2015

In the latest edition of Imaging & Machine Vision Europe, Adimec's development of high resolution CMOS cameras for medical imaging sytems in ophthalmology, including those for cataract surgery, were discussed.  We also share our thoughts on the move from CCD to CMOS for more and more medical applications.

 

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For more information about advances in medical imaging systems with high-performance machine vision cameras, see these related artcles:

Machine vision applications beyond the production floor: cataract surgery

Interview with Fabrice Harms at LLTech about high full well capacity camera for non-invasive cancer assessment FFOCT systems

Camera delivered for high resolution imaging-based non-invasive biopsy assessment

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

 

 

 

 

Topics: Applications, CCD vs. CMOS

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