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Bee brain inspires mechanism for better cameras

Bee brain inspires mechanism for better cameras
Research into the way that honeybees see colour could pave the way for more accurate cameras in phones, drones and robots. Identifying colour in complex outdoor environments is extremely difficult because the colour of light is continuously changing. Researchers in Melbourne, Australia, looked to see how honeybees solve this problem and discovered a totally new mechanism for processing colour information.
4th July 2017

Thermal imaging camera heads off expensive problems

Thermal imaging camera heads off expensive problems
A thermal imaging camera from Fluke’s Ti range is available at RS Components. The Fluke Ti480 is a rugged 640 x 480-pixel thermal imaging camera that delivers precise and reliable information for engineers, enabling them to quickly and easily identify and diagnose potential problems before they become expensive failures.
4th July 2017

Partnership raises performance level of smartphone cameras

Partnership raises performance level of smartphone cameras
Licensor of signal processing IP for smarter, connected devices, CEVA, and ArcSoft have announced that the companies have collaborated to develop an optimised implementation of ArcSoft’s suite of image enhancement technologies for the CEVA family of imaging and vision DSPs. A solution based on this collaboration is already in design with smartphone manufacturer Vivo, and will be in the market shortly. Smartphone OEMs are continuously looking to further enhance the image and video quality of the cameras and the overall performance of the image signal processor.
28th June 2017


360° panoramic camera solution to be developed

CEVA and Pisoftware Technology ('PiSoft'), has announced that PiSoft has developed a complete 360° panoramic camera solution for ODMs and OEMs.
28th June 2017

Camera design focuses light without lenses

Camera design focuses light without lenses
Traditional cameras - even those on the thinnest of cell phones - cannot be truly flat due to their optics: lenses that require a certain shape and size in order to function. At Caltech, engineers have developed a new camera design that replaces the lenses with an ultra-thin optical phased array (OPA). The OPA does computationally what lenses do using large pieces of glass: it manipulates incoming light to capture an image.
23rd June 2017

Collaboration powers 360° video camera

Collaboration powers 360° video camera
Licensor of signal processing IP for smarter, connected devices, CEVA, and Evomotion Technology have announced that the companies have collaborated to enable advanced imaging and computer vision features for Evomotion’s ROD-1/360°/720° dual-lens spherical camera. The ROD-1 is capable of taking 3k resolution 30fps videos and 4k resolution photos with panoramic stitching in real time, implemented on the CEVA-XM4 imaging and vision DSP, eliminating the need for post-processing on a smartphone or PC.
23rd June 2017

Partnership enhances camera and embedded vision portfolio

Global supplier of imaging products, custom imaging solutions and OEM services, the FRAMOS Group, has announced that it has been appointed by the Italian Tattile Group as a global partner for Industrial cameras and Machine Vision controllers. Under this agreement, FRAMOS will offer the entire Tattile portfolio to its global network of imaging clients, OEMs and system integrators.
22nd June 2017

Camera features i-HDR and low light sensitivity

e-con Systems has announced the launch of See3CAM_CU135, a 4K Custom lens USB 3.0 Camera. See3CAM_CU135 is based on the 1/3.2" AR1335, an 1.1 pixel BSI CMOS image sensor from OnSemi. The See3CAM_CU135 is provided with the S-mount (M12) lens holder that enables customers to choose a lens of their choice.
5th June 2017

Duo manufacture 360° security camera

Duo manufacture 360° security camera
Morgan Innovation & Technology has won a new manufacturing contract to support Winchester based panoramic imaging company, Observant Innovations. The companies met at Nucleus Expo in Southampton Science Park in 2016. Morgan IAT will manufacture the Patrol, a vehicle-mounted panoramic camera, at its modern manufacturing facility in Petersfield, Hampshire. Their research team is also guiding the company through regulatory conformance with the Vehicle Certification Agency, commonly known as the E Mark.
5th June 2017

Thermal imaging validates the quality of automotive parts

Thermal imaging validates the quality of automotive parts
Plastics play an increasingly important role in product design and IR welding is a popular method of joining these components. For one manufacturer of instrument panels and cockpit systems, Yanfeng Automotive Interiors, IR welding has proved a sound investment and it is complemented by FLIR thermal imaging to monitor the efficiency of the process. This technology is responsible for ensuring consistent welding quality, high product throughput and reduced wastage.
5th June 2017


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