In July our US Boston based business team will be extended with a new application and product support engineer. He has been training on location at the Adimec headquarters in Eindhoven, the Netherlands for the last three months. He gained a lot of knowledge from reading our manuals and application notes. Even more he learned…
A collection of our blogs about cameras and related topics for the Healthcare market.
In one of our previous blogs we already discussed how to use ImageJ to visualize image statistics and make dark noise visible. However before analyzing the dark noise with a program like ImageJ, it is important to measure the dark noise correctly. Here are some tips on correctly measuring the dark noise.
Very often high full well capacity and high dynamic range is mentioned in one sentence. However actually they are not per definition the same. For example at Adimec we do sell cameras with high full well capacity however if you are looking for a high dynamic range this might not be the camera of your…
Extreme High full well capacity camera to increase the sensitivity in interferometric microscopy – interview with MIT
Adimec interviews Poorya Hosseini of MIT to discuss the use of extreme high full well capacity camera in interferometric microscopy Optics Letters recently published a paper titled “Pushing phase and amplitude sensitivity limits in interferometric microscopy”. For this research, the Adimec high full well (HFW) Q-2HFW-CXP camera was used. The new 2 Megapixel CoaXPress camera (Q-2HFW-CXP)…
Adimec’s Q-2HFW-CXP high full well capacity CMOS camera is enabling advances in cancer assesment As part of the FP7 funded CAReIOCA consortium, Adimec has been involved in the development of an extreme full well, high speed camera for non-invasive optical imaging for cancer assessment.
CAReIOCA project results in several new products including CMOSIS CSI2100, Adimec Q-2A750, and Aquyre (formerly known as LLTech), FFOCT microscope and endoscope
The CAReIOCA project was recently completed and the final newsletter was released last week. Several new products result from the cooperation between Adimec and partners:
This story appeared on phys.org (http://phys.org/news/2015-10-internal-fingerprint-sensor-peers-fingertips.html) about a new internal fingerprint sensor that peers inside fingertips for more accurate identification. The sensor (camera) utilized is the high full well (2000 kel), high speed camera developed by Adimec.