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Robotics May 29, 2020

Researchers incorporate computer vision, uncertainty into AI for robotic prosthetics

Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed software to enable people using robotic prosthetics or exoskeletons to walk in a safer, more natural manner on different types of terrain.

By Matt Shipman
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Sensors, Vision May 16, 2020

Hyperspectral imaging use in industrial machine vision systems grows

Hyperspectral imagining uses a greater number of possible wavelengths of light and gathering data for individual pixels of an image, and is able to identify a large number of distinct colors.

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Sensors, Vision May 3, 2020

As demand for computer vision grows, what key technologies are trending?

Take a look at some of the newest trends in computer vision including smart cities, home security, and more.

Sensors, Vision April 27, 2020

Nanoscale microscopic sensors see the light

Cornell researchers who build nanoscale electronics have developed microsensors that are equipped with an integrated circuit, solar cells and LEDs that enable them to harness light for power and communication.

By David Nutt
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Sensors, Vision April 25, 2020

Machine vision is finding its way into new applications as automation demand increases

Advancements in machine vision capabilities have created opportunities to incorporate machine vision into more functions.

Sensors, Vision April 11, 2020

Advanced bioimaging center pushing the limits of imaging technology

UC Berkeley will be opening an advanced bioimaging center that aims to promote imaging technology in life sciences.

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Sensors, Vision April 6, 2020

Pharmaceutical industry processes benefiting from machine vision

Machine vision applications for pharmaceutical manufacturers include everything from formulation to packaging to shipping and are designed to protect consumers.

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Sensors, Vision April 2, 2020

University physicists, engineers upgrading Large Hadron Collider sensors

Rice University physicists and engineers are working on improving machine vision sensors to the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) for better insights and information about the universe's inner workings.

By Mike Williams
On the right is a 3D image with auto-exposure control. A Purdue team has created technology to make 3D cameras easier to use. Courtesy: Purdue University
Sensors, Vision March 31, 2020

Technologies developed to make 3D cameras easier to use

A Purdue University professor who has developed new technologies aimed at making 3D cameras easier to use by compressing 3D camera files and automating focus and exposure settings.

By Chris Adam
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Sensors, Vision March 28, 2020

Comparing the different interface standards for embedded vision

Embedded vision interfaces vary on the application's specific needs. Mobile industry processor interfaces and USB 3.0 are the most common.