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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 for paintable ferroelectrics
Nonlinear optical techniques explain the behavior of ferroelectric columnar liquid crystal.
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
A novel filter that enhances underwater video footage in remotely operated vehicle systems is well suited to both military and civilian applications.
15 July 2014
A new, simple, knowledge-unaided power-centroid radar approach yields high signal-to-interference-plus-noise ratios.
7 July 2014
A system using standard surveillance cameras senses human activities relevant for early detection of military threats.
30 June 2014

The numbers related to imaging and lighting technologies at this year's event show impressive advances over previous years. Dan Curticapean breaks them down.

27 June 2014
 
John Asmus: Optical techniques and the mysterious Mona Lisa

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