Smart cameras, imaging software, and additionall industrial cameras featuring Sony Pregius CMOS sensors to be showcased by Matrix Vision at VISION 2016.
Via:: Smart cameras and imaging software from Matrix Vision to be on display at VISION 2016
3D smart sensors with 2 MPixel camera, embedded processor, and blue lasers from LMI Technologies to be shown at VISION 2016.
Via:: Latest 3D smart sensors from LMI Technologies to be on display at VISION 2016
Featuring a 71 MPixel CMOS image sensor from CMOSIS, the MACHCAM 71 machine vision camera from The Crowley Company will be on display at VISION 2016.
Via:: Machine vision camera with 71 MPixel CMOS sensor to be showcased at VISION 2016
Industrial automation and robotics solutions from ISRA VISION to be showcased at VISION 2016.
Via:: Robotics and industrial automation solutions from ISRA VISION to be shown at VISION 2016
By Julien Happich Researchers from the Chalmers University of Technology (CUT) have demonstrated that plasmonic nanostructures combined with electrically-tuneable polymers could yield just any color on demand.
Via:: Full Color e-Posters Could Reach 10,000 DPI
With VISION 2016 just weeks away, we thought we’d take a look back at what we learned at The Vision Show 2016, which was held by the AIA from May 3-5.
Via:: Identifying trends and looking toward the future of vision
By Julien Happich FlexEnable together with ISORG have jointly launched a flexible fingerprint sensor with an image resolution of 500 dots per inch (dpi). Only 0.3mm thick, the flexible optical sensor is suitable for applications requiring standard-compliant fingerprint enrolment and/or identification.
Via:: Large Flexible Fingerprint Sensor Reaches 500dpi
By Alan Patterson Even the highest-paid occupations, such as financial managers, physicians, and CEOs have a significant amount of activity that can be automated, according to one report.
Via:: When the Bots Take Over
In last week’s Supreme Court hearing of the design patent case of Apple v. Samsung you could almost feel the presence of Steve Jobs.
Via:: Steve Jobs Heard in Supreme Court
By Rick Merritt Qualcomm announced a 5G modem for 28 GHz networks that Korea Telecom and Verizon will use in trials and services.
Via:: Qualcomm Tips 28 GHz 5G Chip
By Larry Desjardin Larry Desjardin describes how one researcher cracked the iPhone 5c using test and measurement equipment.
Via:: How One Researcher Cracked iPhone 5c
Datalogic to feature “Barcode and Beyond,” theme at VISIOn 2016, which takes a look at barcode detection and decoding technologies.
Via:: Barcode detection and decoding technologies from Datalogic to be showcased at VISION 2016
By Junko Yoshida The German Transport Minister requested Tesla to stop advertising its EV’s Autopilot function. The question is whether this is a result of concerted efforts by German automakers “looking for a way to ‘clip Tesla’s wings,’ asked one analyst.
Via:: Germany Hits Tesla, Raises Bigger Issues
Kaya Instruments to showcase a number of its 10 GigE, Camera Link HS, and CoaXPress frame grabbers, as well as range extender over fiber products and a high-speed digital video recorder at VISION 2016.
Via:: Frame grabbers and range extenders from Kaya Instruments to be shown at VISION 2016
By Martin Rowe IEEE members have voted down changes to the organization’s constitution.
Via:: IEEE Constitution Vote Fails to Pass