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DALSA High speed, low cost line scan technology featured at Japan's ITE 2014

Teledyne DALSA, a Teledyne Technologies company and global leader in machine vision technology, will showcase their Linea™ series of low cost, high performance line scan cameras at the International Technical Exhibition on Image Technology and Equipment 2014 (ITE Japan 2014) in booth DS-01.

The show takes place from December 3-5, 2014 at the Pacifico Yokohama in Yokohama, Japan.


NEC develops ultra-sensitive terahertz camera

NEC Corporation (NEC; TSE: 6701), under the Commissioned Research of the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT, ), has developed a new pixel structure for Terahertz (THz, ) array sensors and improved the Minimum Detectable Power per pixel (MDP) at 0.5 - 0.6 THz frequency, a ten time improvement over NEC's conventional product.


New Version of the Norwegian Micro Drone, now with Infrared camera Updated

Automaticaly translated from Norvegian.

Prox Dynamics AS is a world leader of nano drones.
Its PD-100 Black Hornet nano, the first operational micro UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) in the World has been updated.
The new version (Block II) can fly faster, support more wind, and has a longer range, more flying time and better cameras.The Black Hornet is now available in a night vision variant.


Sony announces the exmor RS™, the industry's first*1 stacked CMOS image sensor with an image plane phase detection signal processing function for high-speed AF

Sony Corporation (hereafter "Sony") today announces the commercialization of the Exmor RS™ IMX230 for smartphone cameras and other devices requiring increasingly sophisticated image-capture functionality. With 21 effective megapixels, this stacked CMOS imaging sensor features compact size, higher image quality, and improved functionality.


This 3D camera could instantly take you anywhere in the world

At its developer conference in San Francisco, Samsung announced something groundbreaking. Temporarily dubbed “Project Beyond,” it’s the world’s first, true 3D, 360-degree camera.


Medical imaging: Endoscope employs custom camera for in-vivo cancer detection

Early cancer detection is often performed by removing tissue from a patient during a biopsy procedure and then examining the cell structure under a microscope. Identifying which tissue to be removed, however, is not an exact science and patients often need to return for a second biopsy. Since this procedure is both painful and expensive, the ability to ensure the correct tissue is removed speeds the diagnostic procedure while reducing patient stress and expense.



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