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Imaging in the Blink of an Eye

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CMOS cameras offer exceptional imaging quality and rates, and they can record, move, and store massive amounts of data — some even in real time.


CMOS cameras and sensors are getting faster. That’s good news for researchers and for the autonomous vehicles market, among others. For researchers, faster imaging enhances spectroscopy, improves resolution, and makes it easier to capture rapidly decaying fluorescence. For self-driving vehicles, speedier imaging makes distance determination more accurate. But high-speed imaging — sometimes taking only nanoseconds — produces more data, which presents challenges when moving,

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Published: February 2019
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