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PI: Motion-Positioning

SPIE Photonics West 2017 | Call for Papers

PI: Motion-Positioning

Journal of Electronic Imaging


Electronic Imaging & Signal Processing

Superior vision in nocturnal insects inspires new night vision technologies
Algorithms that dramatically improve the quality of video sequences captured in very dim light have been developed on the basis of the neural mechanisms in nocturnal insects with excellent visual capabilities.
A new hardware-accelerated projective transformation engine is embedded within a high-speed digital light processing projector.
18 April 2016
The windshield-refracted augmented reality projector is used to achieve hyperreality performance with free depth perception, high visibility, and low eye fatigue.
24 March 2016
Analyzing the optical properties of plant cells forms the basis for an adaptive optics microscope that obtains near-diffraction-limited images.
9 March 2016
Diffraction efficiency and peak signal-to-noise for an amplitude hologram, phase hologram, and kinoform are used to assess the quality of a Fourier transform hologram in a new methodology.
3 March 2016
Terahertz images obtained with solid-state-based sensors at different frequencies can be used to analyze the chemical content of packaged materials when the spectra are known a priori.
22 February 2016
Alexander Oraevsky: Optoacoustic imaging overcomes challenge of scattering in tissue