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  • High Definition Thermal Imaging
    High definition (or high resolution) thermal imaging refers to the fine detail and clarity of a thermal image. This means it contains a large number of pixels per unit of area. In this case, a thermal imaging camera taking a high definition photo means you will find smaller problems at greater
  • Scientific CMOS Technology - High Performance Imaging (.pdf)
    Many scientific imaging applications demand multi-megapixel focal plane sensors that can operate with very high sensitivity and wide dynamic range. Furthermore, it is often desirable that these sensors are capable of delivering rapid frame rates in order to capture dynamic events with high temporal
  • Quantitative Measurement of Protein Dynamics with High Linearity Atomic Force Spectrometer
    behavior for this multi-axis assembly ensure previously unattained resolution. Combined with a robust, simple, high-end design, this new generation of single molecule force-clamp instrumentation is ideally suited to capture the individual force-induced unfolding and folding trajectories of single
  • Hubble Captures Deep Impact's Collision with Comet
    by the Advanced Camera for Surveys' High Resolution Camera. The observations by the Deep Impact camera and the Hubble telescope complement each other. The camera aboard the Deep Impact spacecraft will provide a close-up view of the comet, from more than 300 miles away. The Hubble telescope, from its distance
  • Red Enables Cell Membrane Study
    bilayers that mimic cell membranes. They wanted to create and image in vitro membrane models tagged with the fluorescent dye rhodamine. To capture the images, they needed a camera that not only has a high sensitivity to rhodamine's red light, but also offers the standard advantages of a CCD device.
  • Vision Squad Files: Using MIL's Registration Module (.pdf)
    . Either method results in several images - which can be assembled and "stitched" together to create a single image of the entire scene. This process is called "registration", and is useful when high resolution is needed, physical constraints prevent the camera from being positioned so that it can capture
  • Fast frame grabbers force wafer surfaces to reveal their secrets
    A digital camera records images from the phosphor screen of a RHEEM (right) which catches electrons diffracted from the crystalline structure on the surface of a silicon wafer. Captured images go to a Data Translation DT3152 PCI-based frame grabber. Its programmable resolution lets the board
  • NASA's Hubble Space Telescope Finds "Blue Straggler " Stars in the Core of a Globular Cluster
    High-resolution observations of the core of the globular cluster 47 Tucanae, made with the European Space Agency's Faint Object Camera (FOC) onboard NASA's Hubble Space Telescope (HST), provide new evidence that stars may collide and capture each other and gain a new "lease on life " in the process

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