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2015 Electronic Imaging | Call for Papers

DSS Defense + Security | Call for papers

Journal of Electronic Imaging

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Electronic Imaging & Signal Processing

Liquid crystal devices tailored for specific imaging applications
Harnessing the strong electro-optic properties of liquid crystals permits high-resolution, extended depth of focus, and multi-parameter imaging.
Despite improvements in performance, as yet no face-tracking algorithm is capable of simultaneously tracking and identifying a relatively large number of faces in high-resolution video frames in real time.
8 September 2014

An autonomous person-detection solution could help alert surveillance operators to potential issues, reducing the cognitive burden and achieving more with less manpower.

2 September 2014
Incorporating a lithium niobate electro-optic phase modulator into an interferometric fringe projection system could permit imaging at rates of megahertz or even gigahertz.
29 August 2014
A single-shot exposure of a commercial monochromatic image sensor can simultaneously record 3D spatial information as well as quantitative phase, multiwavelength, and polarization data.
14 August 2014
Nonlinear optical techniques explain the behavior of ferroelectric columnar liquid crystal.
5 August 2014
 
John Mather: JWST will continue the exploration of the early universe

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