Researchers have developed an electronic glove with sensors that mimic human skin, helping robotic hands achieve some of the manual dexterity humans enjoy. See video.
Understanding how machine vision works will help you see if machine vision will clear up specific application difficulties in manufacturing or processing.
Embedded vision immerses the user in a more natural way by allowing the products to better augment our existing capabilities.
Embedded vision technology has the potential to transform how the automotive, consumer electronics, robotics, and semiconductor industries work.
There are many innovations available for integrators to choose from as machine and embedded vision technology continues to evolve.
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Integrators have developed sophisticated robotic machine vision systems comprising numerous cameras mounted on a fixed frame to capture many images of an automotive product for quality assurance purposes.
Machine vision standards bring benefits in image data delivery and compatibility while helping keep soldiers safe as well as reducing the cost of upgrading militaries to the newest technologies.
Researchers from the University of Glasgow developed a multicorder that was inspired by Star Trek’s tricorder device. The multicorder uses sensors to make quick and accurate diagnoses.
Embedded vision systems leverage unique technology to help applications ranging from aerospace to robotics to logistics and transform machines into intelligent systems.