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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 May 2008 Issue


Freeze FramesHigh-speed video cameras find their way into numerous new applications.

By Lee J. Nelson

Looking at the Expanding Sensor MarketChanges sharpen resolution, decrease noise, increase frame rates.

By Barry Hochfelder

Is a Smart Camera Right for You?Our experts discuss the pros and cons of their growing popularity.

By Barry Hochfelder

Core Technology Feature

Sensors: Capturing An Iimage and A Whole Lot MoreA sensor is a device that measures a physical quantity and converts it into a signal that can be read by an observer or by an instrument.

By Stacey Meacham


NEC LCD Technologies Announces New 7-inch Wide-Format LCD Modules Featuring White LED Backlight SystemNEC LCD Technologies, together with NEC Electronics America and NEC Electronics GmbH, today introduced a new 7-inch amorphous-silicon thin-film-transistor liquid crystal display module.

FLIR Announces Two New IR Camera Kits with Bundled Software for Research and Development ApplicationsFLIR Systems announces the release of its A320 and A320G R&D StartIR Kits for sophisticated, yet affordable acquisition and analysis of IR images and temperature data.

JAI Introduces Small Auto-Gated ICCD Camera with Integrated Lens ControllerJAI announces the release of the AG-7000, a new intensified (ICCD) camera for low-light applications.

Sensoray Model 2255; USB Frame GrabberThe latest USB frame grabber from Sensoray successfully fills the industry need for a multichannel, low-latency, USB video capture device.

Lumenera Releases Wide VGA Small Form Factor CameraLumenera Corp. announced the release of the Lm085, its newest addition to the Lm family of small form factor cameras.

Edmund Optics Unveils Infinity-corrected LensesEdmund OpticsŪ presents a family of objectives designed to provide high-quality imaging over unusually long working distances, with high numerical apertures.


EMVA 2008History and machine vision meet in Berlin.

By Barry Hochfelder

Industry News

May Industry NewsThe latest news for the imaging industry.

Application and Technology Notes

Quebec University Installs Motion Tracking System

Perceptive Pixel Integrates Vizrt Software With Multi-touch Display Wall

Display and Visualization Special Section

Doing Double DutyEnhancing LCDs for industrial equipment with variable viewing angle control.

By Robert Dunhouse, NEC Electronics America

Going to the WellAccelerated number crunching makes oil and gas exploration more efficient.

By Barry Hochfelder

Non-Invasive Biomedical Imaging with FD-OCT Optical Coherence Tomography is showing great potential for clinical applications.

By Dr. Kostadinka Bizheva, University of Waterloo

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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