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  • Setting Up Multiple USB 3.0 Cameras
    A reference and a starting point for USB 3.0 camera users who wish to use multiple USB 3.0 cameras in their application.
  • Smart Computing Article - Add A Web Cam
    --every major Web cam manufacturer with which we checked has a USB version. Most of these products rest on top of your monitor, and you can use them to capture either still images or video clips. Several, including Intel's Pocket PC Camera and Creative Labs'
  • Tracing Deviations (.pdf)
    is cumbersome if the type of lens often changes. Now, lens manufacturers are offered an alternative: a new centering tester with USB 2.0 camera.
  • Smart Computing Article - From The Photo Files
    draws all the power it needs from your PC s USB port. In contrast, when you dump images directly from your camera, its batteries drain relatively quickly. Second, if you or other members of your home have other devices with memory cards, you can reduce the number of drivers you must install. Device
  • Cable for GigE Vision TM - Can Traditional Category Cable Do It All? (.pdf)
    The GigE Vision standard released in June 2006 by the Automated Imaging Association (AIA) provides a unique vision system that optimizes networking performance while providing a more cost-effective solution than USB 2.0, 1394b and Camera Link. With full-resolution camera frame rates up to 200
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    Mentor preps C/C++ synthesis tool Mentor Graphics Corp. plans to roll out a C/C++ architectural synthesis tool and will soon move it into beta sites, according to a presentation at the International HDL Conference. USB 2.0 compliance testing moves forward The final stage of USB 2.0 deployment
  • Forgot film? No problem for digital cameras
    $1,000 and uses a 16-Mbyte CompactFlash card. The card plugs into the USB port of a PC or Macintosh computer through an adapter for downloading large pictures. The camera can capture from one to 322 images on a single card, depending on the resolution and compression ratio. Vivitar's new ViviCam 3500
  • Computer Power User Article - Digging On Digicams
    ; and the video, USB, and DC ports. There s no mic or audio output. Bushnell says the camera would likely be fine from a quick, accidental dunk underwater, but it s not made for underwater shooting. Lightweight and abundantly rubberized, the 3.2MP unit is predictably slow and has no optical zoom (4X

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