InView Technology Corporation has expanded its family of compressive sensing (CS) workstations with the release of its InView 222 Sensing Workstation and InView 223 Spatial Light Modulator (SLM). InView 222 builds upon InView’s 220 CS workstation and features a CMOS image sensor that supports a format of up to 1024 x 768 pixels. It also features a sensor controller, which is preloaded with InView development environment software, which allows modulation patterns to be created and for the processing of the data which has been measured by the sensor. InView 223 Spatial Light Modulators provide an SLM sub-system which is coupled to the user’s own measurement sub-system, allowing bench top experiments in fields of research including computational imaging, computational photography, compressive sensing, and other fields requiring high-speed custom optical modulation.
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Contact:InView Technology Corporation
Headquarters: Austin, TX, USA
Product: InView 222 Sensing Workstation and InView 223 Spatial Light Modulator
Key Features: Enables researchers to apply 1024 x 768 pixel modulation at rates of up to 32,000 patterns per second using a digital micro-mirror device, features an objective lens optimized for visual light, standard M42 lens mount.
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