In today’s automotive environment, there are a variety of in-car cameras. These automotive cameras provide solutions to different problems. Safety is the first priority, followed by security. In many of the vehicles being made today, you can find front, rear, backup, side and far-view cameras, along with rear-view, and surround view cameras. As a matter […]
Part of the mystique of driving has often been the possibility of someday getting into a fast car, pointing it in a random direction, and just driving for the sure pleasure of driving. However, the onward march of technology that has made its way into every area of modern life has also found its way […]
From the early days of CT scanners and mammography devices, medical imaging has come a long way. With 3D medical imaging, healthcare professionals can now access new resolutions, angles, and details to help them gain a better understanding of their patient, all while cutting back on the dosage of radiation used to gather the images.
Robots are taking over the financial service industry in many ways. Everyone is familiar with the ATM machine, and now robotic banking is showing up in mainstream financial institutions.
Terahertz radiation is used in a wide variety of applications including airport security checks and material analysis in a lab. The wavelength of this radiation is significantly larger than the wavelength of visible light, as it is in the millimeter range. It also requires specialized techniques to manipulate the beams and get them into the […]
Think about it – talking speakers (Alexa); Vacuum Cleaners (Roomba); The Clapper (lights on, lights off) – robots are in the house. In the not so distant past, we watched and laughed as The Jetson’s invaded our living rooms with robots that did almost all of the housework. Without robotic vision, these home robots would […]
Ultraviolet lenses are used in many focusing, collimation, or laser applications that operate within the ultraviolet spectrum. They are optical lenses that consist of a single, or multiple elements that have been designed for optimal performance when used in ultraviolet light.
The theory of general relativity states that objects and their gravitational pull distort the spacetime around them. The phenomenon explains the gravitational lens effect, the bending of light in a lens-like shape around large galaxies and cosmic structures.
There’s a day looming on the horizon where machines powered by artificial intelligence (AI) will interpret even the most complex clinical images as accurately as today’s most experienced radiologists.
In 2016, The European Space Agency’s Mars orbiter sent back the first high-resolution images of the Red Planet, and the view is incredible.