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Advanced Imaging Magazine

Advanced Imaging Magazine

Advanced Imaging is dedicated to providing the latest information on imaging hardware, software and peripherals to qualified professionals working with all forms of electronic imaging.

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In The September 2008 Issue


High Def in the LabHigh-definition microscopy imaging solutions for diagnostics and teaching.

By Gary Pitre, Toshiba Imaging Systems Division

Don't Sweat the Small Stuff: See ItNew nano-imaging techniques provide sub-wavelength spatial resolution images for applications like electronics and biomedicine.

By Kristin Lewotsky

The Inside ImageTruth or lie? Brain imaging may become the ultimate test.

By Lee J. Nelson

Core Technology Feature

Cameras for Advanced Imaging: Low on Cost High on PerformanceThe response to the intense and increasingly diverse needs of the imaging market has been a wide array of cameras that excel in low-light, tight-spaces and high-traffic situations.

By Stacey Meacham


The Hidden TruthBrain imaging may become ultimate lie-detector test.

By Barry Hochfelder

Component Integration

The Direct ApproachOnce used in specialized applications, direct bonding has gone mainstream.

By William Bandel, DuPont Display Enhancements

Online Exclusive: Application Notes

JVC Cameras Shoot Aqua Kids Show in HD

By Advanced Imaging Editorial Staff

Broadcast Pix Streamlines Live Production for German Sports network Program

By Advanced Imaging Editorial Staff

Ford Taps Quantum3D to Build Virtual Simulator for Crash Protection

By Advanced Imaging Editorial Staff

Orthopedics Researchers use NVIDIA Technology to Study Whiplash

By Advanced Imaging Editorial Staff

Optics Technology Report

Holography Goes DigitalFast, accurate, full-3D capture and display of objects and their quantitative measurement are possible in nearly real time.

By Yan Li, Michael Lalor and David Burton, Liverpool John Moores University

Making a Splash in OpticsAutofocus liquid lenses provide variable focal lengths with no moving parts.

By Nathalie Combrousse, Varioptic

Online Exclusive: Industry News

September Industry NewsThe latest news for the imaging industry.

By Advanced Imaging Editorial Staff

Online Exclusive: Smart Optics

Achieving Optical Zoom Via Optical DistortionInexpensive optical zoom capability that can approach digital still camera quality remains compatible with the compact modules required for portable electronics

By Eyal Ben-Eliezer and Noy Cohen, Tessera Technologies, Inc.

Solutions of the Year

View the winners of our annual "Imaging Solutions of the Year" contest in each of four key imaging markets.

See the 2009 Winners »

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