This webcast was originally held on November 20, 2019
and is now available for on demand viewing.
Taking a photo in HDR (high dynamic range) mode is a form of computational imaging. In short, this feature enables the capture of multiple photos in rapid succession at different exposures, and the blending of the images through image processing software to create one output image that enhances image quality or extracts certain features, such as those needed for a specific machine vision task. During a free webcast on November 20, Perry West, Founder and President of Automated Vision Systems, Inc., will discuss computational imaging techniques, how these can be applied to disparate machine vision applications, and how the technology provides benefits. Additionally, he will describe how computational imaging sequences can be performed, and what components are involved in that process.
Join us for this webcast sponsored by FLIR.
Founder and President
Automated Vision Systems, Inc.
Perry C. West is founder and president of Automated Vision Systems, Inc., a leading consulting firm in the field of machine vision. His machine vision experience spans more than 30 years and includes system design and development, software development of both general purpose and application specific software packages, optical engineering for both lighting and imaging, camera and interface design, education and training, manufacturing management, engineering management, and marketing studies. He earned his BSEE at the University of California at Berkeley, and is a past President of the Machine Vision Association of SME Among his awards are the MVA/SME Chairman’s Award for 1990, and the 2003 Automated Imaging Association’s annual Achievement Award.
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