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CCD/CMOS Lenses for Scanners and Surveillance systems, including infrared. Standard and custom lens design

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Time-Of-Flight Cameras

2020-04-28T18:12:27-04:00

New and expanding ideas of how we look at things is growing almost at an exponential pace. Engineers, scientists and designers are always looking for ways to see things we’ve never seen before. One piece of this emerging technology is what’s known as Time-of-Flight (ToF) cameras. The easiest way of [...]

Time-Of-Flight Cameras2020-04-28T18:12:27-04:00

Precision Lenses For Video Conferencing

2020-04-28T18:12:32-04:00

Video Conferencing has become increasingly popular in the workplace these days, but sometimes conferencing space is limited. Squeezing multiple people into small huddle rooms and trying to get everyone to look good on camera can be a challenge. […]

Precision Lenses For Video Conferencing2020-04-28T18:12:32-04:00

CMOS Imaging Technology

2020-04-28T18:12:34-04:00

Initially, CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor) was limited because of its inherent noise, however, CMOS imaging technology is now trending to become the dominant imaging technology. The original architectural design was essentially analog, and the concept of integrating the image processing features with System On Chip (SoC) technology had not [...]

CMOS Imaging Technology2020-04-28T18:12:34-04:00

CMOS Image Sensors

2020-04-28T18:12:38-04:00

Virtually all digital and video cameras use CMOS image sensors. In the past two decades, numerous advances have been made in this type of imaging technology. Now, CMOS image sensors are beginning to be made with superior quality that will provide a large range of new products for military and [...]

CMOS Image Sensors2020-04-28T18:12:38-04:00

CCD Camera Lens Offers Real Time Alignment

2020-04-28T18:13:41-04:00

Researchers have developed a lens that simulates the human eye and is better able to align a theodolite system. A theodolite system is a “an instrument used in the testing, alignment, and building of various systems ranging from a single optical component to an entire instrument.” This device offers a [...]

CCD Camera Lens Offers Real Time Alignment2020-04-28T18:13:41-04:00

Optical Encoders Improve Zoom Accuracy

2020-04-28T17:56:18-04:00

Photographers understand the need for zoom lenses on their cameras as do operators of cameras in commercial applications. Consider the camera phone with its digital or optical zoom – or in some cases, both. What are the differences in the zooms? An optical zoom changes the effective focal length of [...]

Optical Encoders Improve Zoom Accuracy2020-04-28T17:56:18-04:00

High-tech Automotive Camera Technology

2020-04-28T17:56:22-04:00

High performance vehicles typically bring with them high performance technologies such as back up cameras, lane drift sensors and other in-car products to make driving safer. Optical technologies such as ghosting lenses that are suitable for CMOS imagers and miniature fisheye lenses that offer a field of view of up [...]

High-tech Automotive Camera Technology2020-04-28T17:56:22-04:00

What’s Better? CMOS or CCD?

2020-04-28T17:56:39-04:00

The debate continues on which is best; CMOS or CCD sensors. In today’s cameras, CMOS lenses are more typically used as they allow for a more complex imaging effect and for the shooting of 1080p video. Traditionally, CCD sensors had been believed to have captured and produced higher-quality images with [...]

What’s Better? CMOS or CCD?2020-04-28T17:56:39-04:00

Pathogen Movement Measured by CMOS Cameras

2020-05-03T11:58:54-04:00

Technology plays a role is so many aspects of our lives and now researchers are using imaging technology to examine the pathogen that causes “African sleeping sickness” also known as trypanoosmiasis. This epidemic takes the lives of more than 30,000 annually and can also infect and kill entire herds of [...]

Pathogen Movement Measured by CMOS Cameras2020-05-03T11:58:54-04:00
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