No longer a trade-off: Ultra high-resolution combined with high-speed cameras now available
Their excellent image quality combined with a robust design means machine vision cameras find homes in some unique and demanding applications beyond manufacturing and measurement instruments.
Flat Field Correction (FFC) processing can be used to minimize or even remove artifacts to improve the image uniformity. The purpose of flat field correction is to ensure image uniformity regardless of exposure.
Adimec introduces latest Vita 25k and CMV12000 based high-resolution cameras and other imaging innovations at ITE 2012
At the International Technical Exhibition (ITE) in Yokohama, Japan 5-7 December, we will introduce and demonstrate additions to our latest CMOS-based QUARTZ and SAPPHIRE camera series including:
For many applications, machine vision cameras with increased resolution can offer advantages such as increased field of view or greater accuracy. Now ultra high-resolution cameras (greater than 12 Megapixels) are available with acceptable frame rates such as 12 Megapixels at 66 fps. With this change, there are some considerations…
Last week was another (25th!) successful Vision International Trade Fair for Machine Vision in Stuttgart, Germany. We found the move to one big hall to be an overall improvement to the exhibition, allowing for a more integrated feel for the industry.
In our thoughts on the future of machine vision, we hypothesized that their will likely be fewer interface standards. This is a fairly safe prediction as the G3 (AIA, EMVA, and JIIA) recently formed The Future Standards Forum to, amongst other things, minimize overlap between standards.
Happy Holidays from Adimec! All the best for 2013!
Because it was the 25th Vision Show, and Adimec is celebrating our 20 year anniversary, we decided to look back on where machine vision has come from and where we are headed. Click here for more information on the origins of machine vision.
We tend to think of consumer cameras and industrial cameras as quite different. Industrial cameras or machine vision cameras are typically PC-based, much more robust, and optimized for using the image for analysis or measurement. Consumer cameras, on the other hand, have functionality optimized for human viewing such as color matching and lighting adjustments. Not…