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_hm
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Re: CMOS Image sensor for endoscopy
_hm   4/27/2014 7:44:21 AM
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@vega: Is it possible to share name of these organizations?

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Low-cost optics needed too
AZskibum   4/27/2014 7:43:43 AM
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The focus on the sensor and analytic software is of course important, but the lens systems could use some attention too. Along those lines, I recently read about some researchers who created a method for making low-cost camera lenses with high magnification from the same polymer used to make contact lenses. Attaching such a lens to a smartphone turned it into a high quality microscope.

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Re: The era of machine vision
vegatecgroup   4/27/2014 7:23:24 AM
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Our current interest is in high dynamic range imaging and multi/hyper spectral imaging.

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Re: The era of machine vision
vegatecgroup   4/27/2014 7:19:57 AM
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LCD Glasses are available from Kent Display, located near the Liquid Crystal Institute on the campus of Kent State University in Ohio.

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Re: CMOS Image sensor for endoscopy
vegatecgroup   4/27/2014 7:15:26 AM
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currently, there are several manufacturers of chip on a stick technology for endoscopy. Sony is not one of them. However of those few, only one has an actual digital imaging system, the others are analog. Recently a company in the US has introduced a high power illumination system and processing board for intense medical and industrial endoscopy using the digital chip on a stick camera.

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CMOS Image sensor for endoscopy
_hm   4/26/2014 4:14:47 PM
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Endoscopy needs very high end of CMOS image sensor with faithful reproduction of image in sometime very poor light conditions. These are special applications and some vendor like Sony have upper age.

 

_hm
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CMOS Imagesensor and Image Processor
_hm   4/26/2014 4:12:48 PM
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It will be intereseting to see CMOS image sensor with image processing capability built into it. This can have direct USB type interface with H.268 and beyond output. With this, user needs to do very little selection and employ this device to resolve thier applications. This will be much more helpful to industrial user.

 

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prabhakar_deosthali   4/26/2014 8:19:09 AM
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The  overlapped pair of  polarized glasses can do this job faster. You just turn the knob to get 100 % to zero oercent vision

 

Inspection based upon machine vision using optics is quite prevalant in the industry for many decades now and with improved sensors the accuracy of such inspection has increased  many fold

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Re: The era of machine vision
jimfordbroadcom   4/25/2014 6:56:58 PM
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Vuarnet, Foster Grant, Oakley, etc., are you listening?

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Re: The era of machine vision
junko.yoshida   4/25/2014 6:19:37 PM
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@jimfordbroadcom, I love your idea about "glasses with a knob I can turn to darken them when I go outside and lighten them back up when I come inside again." That, my friend, is a brilliant idea!

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