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  • 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
  • Welcome to Advanced Imaging's 2007 Imaging Solutions of the Year
    to Computed Tomograph Increasing the Accuracy and Quality of Cancer Diagnosis Scientific Imaging the Surface of Mars Imaging to Identify Harmful Insect Specie Defense, Security & Law Enforcement Automating Aerial Refuelling for UAVs Seeing the Way Clear for Bomb Disposal Machine Vision GigE Vision TM
  • Medical Infrared Thermal Imaging
    the technology for adjunctive breast cancer screening in 1982, and it has been recognized as a viable diagnostic tool since 1987 by the AMA council on Scientific Affairs, the ACA Council on Diagnostic Imaging and the Congress of Neuro-Surgeons since 1988, and the American Academy of Physical Medicine
  • Diffraction, Fourier Optics and Imaging - Preface
    Preface. Diffraction and imaging are central topics in many modern and scientific. fields. Fourier analysis and sythesis techniques are a unifying theme. throughout this subject matter. For example, many modern imaging. techniques have evolved through research and development with the. Fourier
  • Temperature Control for Computer to Plate Technology (.pdf)
    a constant temperature. To meet these requirements, a temperature control unit (TCU) is used. Efficiency in this process is crucial, so reducing temperature control costs and system downtime is an important factor when choosing a TCU. Thermo Fisher Scientific manufactures a range of highly reliable
  • Continuous Imaging Fluid Particle Analysis: A Primer
    Many scientific endeavors involve the use of particulate matter suspended within a liquid. Typically these endeavors are a part of a "process" which is being studied for reasons of determining cause and effect during a discovery process, and later for monitoring the state of that particular
  • Adaptive Optics for Vision Science: Principles, Practices, Design, and Applications - Forward
    The rationale for this handbook is to make adaptive optics technology for. vision science and ophthalmology as broadly accessible as possible. While the. scientific literature chronicles the dramatic recent achievements enabled by. adaptive optics in vision correction and retinal imaging, it does
  • Review Of Recent Developments in Thermographic Applications in Health Care
    has been possible because of the scientific and technological developments achieved during the Great Wars of the 20th century and the subsequent development specifically of infrared camera technology and design. From 1914 to 1945, in only thirty-one years, humanity witnessed a scientific revolution

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