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At the home page of the Automated Imaging Association, you'll find machine-vision-related trade shows, conferences, and business events. In addition, there's an updated news section and a selection of articles.
Introduction to imaging
As well as offering product information about lighting, software, cameras, and frame grabbers, this site features an application wizard and an e-newsletter to keep you up to date.
AIM Inc. is the trade association for the automatic-identification and data-capture industry. On its Web site, there are a number of articles on barcode scanning, print quality and verification, 2-D symbols, as well as case studies.
And now ... in color
The International Color Consortium was established in 1993 to create, promote, and encourage the standardization and evolution of an open, vendor-neutral, cross-platform color-management system architecture and components.
Developed by CMU, this is the Computer Vision Homepage, a definitive bookmark for those involved in image processing and machine vision. Whether you are looking for hardware, software, conferences, technical papers, or university research, you'll find it here.
The CMP C/C++ Users Journal on-line is the place to go to discover the latest in C, C++, and Java. There's lots of good information, including links to free code, development tools, white papers, and a search engine.
Lots of articles
If you are looking for articles on machine vision and image processing—or any other subject for that matter—this site allows you to search and read 3.5 million articles from more than 700 publications.
Click on the Technical Support button on this site and find a host of well-written tutorials on optics, lenses, machine vision, and illumination.
Hosted by the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, this is the premier Web site for all things wavelet-related.
Microscopy and more
Primarily designed to promote the ImagePro software package from MediaCybernetics, this site hosts a number of research articles, white papers, application notes, and success stories about microscopy.