Polarization Camera

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RICHMOND, British Columbia, June 11, 2018 — Polarization CameraThe Phoenix Polarization Camera featuring Sony’s IMX250MZR CMOS polarized sensor has been announced by LUCID Vision Labs Inc.

The 5-MP global shutter sensor is based on the IMX250 Sony Pregius CMOS monosensor with a polarizing filter added to each pixel. Like the nonpolarized version of the sensor, it has a pixel size of 3.45 μm and can achieve frame rates of up to 24 fps. The IMX250MZR has four different directional polarizing filters (0°, 90°, 45°, and 135°) on every four pixels. The pixel data can be used to calculate polarization data such as the degree and angle of linear polarization.

Polarized sensors enable the detection and characterization of many material properties, such as plastic, glass, metal, and carbon fiber, that were impossible to see with conventional monochrome or color sensors. A wide range of applications, including chemical, pharmaceutical, and food and beverage inspection, can benefit from polarization imaging.

Published: June 2018
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