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  • Moose Podcast #40

    In this episode Stop taking Stupid Pictures Pt 2

  • Analog Devices Demos HDR & Contextual Awareness

    Analog Devices posts another demo video showing the capabilities of its SNAP sensor:

  • TechInsights Survey of Stacked Image Sensors

    TechInsights publishes a second blog post based on Ray Fontaine presentation at IISW 2017. This part covers stacked image sensor technology from TSV and oxide bonding to Cu-to-Cu direct bonding in the recent products:

  • Intel RealSense CTO Presentation

    Augmented World Expo (AWE) publishes a presentation by Intel RealSense group CTO, Anders Grunnet Jepsen:




    Thanks to ZR for the link!
  • Moose Podcast #39

    In this episode Stop Taking Stupid Pictures

  • Technavio: Inspection Camera Market is Mostly UV

    BusinessWire: Technavio report on automatic production inspection camera market forecasts the market size to reach $1,436.46 million by 2021, at a CAGR of nearly 10%. The largest part of the market is UV cameras:

  • Camera-Radar Fusion

    TI publishes a nice video showing a fusion between so different views from an automotive radar and a camera:

  • Omnivision 1/36-inch Sensor Pictures

    Omnivision kindly sent me few pictures showing how small the new 1/36-inch OV6948 image sensor is:

  • Analog Devices Demos SNAP Sensor

    EDN publishes a July 2016 video interview with Analog Devices representative showing SNAP image sensing technology:

  • Moose Podcast #38

    In this episode what's your direction?

  • Moose Podcast #37

    In this episode The workflow storage question

  • Intel Stereo Realsense Camera Review

    Intel publishes arxiv.org paper "Intel RealSense Stereoscopic Depth Cameras" by Leonid Keselman, John Iselin Woodfill, Anders Grunnet-Jepsen, and Achintya Bhowmikon describing its R200 and RS400 stereo cameras:

  • Moose Podcast #36

    In this episode It's nesting bird season!

  • ISP Pipeline for Computer Vision

  • Moose Podcast #35

    In this episode Sharpness is where we start, not end

  • Low-Cost 20,000 fps Film Camera from 1980s

    DexterLab2013 publishes a nice educational video explaining the operation of 20,000fps Photec IV 16mm film camera said to represent the state-of-the-art in low-cost high speed imaging in 1980s:

  • ON Semi Industrial Imaging Presentation

    ON Semi publishes a video presentation on Python image sensors for industrial applications:

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