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Manipulating Wavebands: Color & Filters

Nick Sischka explains why color consideration and illumination are so important for machine vision in this hands-on demonstration from the Edmund Optics 2021 Imaging Innovation Summit.

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Best Practice #5 Color Matters

Join Nick Sischka, Vision Solutions Specialist and member of EO's Imaging Team, as he reviews some best practices to consider when designing an imaging system.

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Is there a difference between the resolution capability of a monochrome and a color camera?

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Color Sensor

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Color Temperature

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Lateral Color

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What is the color temperature of a quartz halogen lamp and a metal halide lamp?

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The Benefits of Color-Corrected Optical Lenses

Color-corrected optical lenses are ideal for many applications because they reduce multiple aberrations. Learn more about the advantages at Edmund Optics.

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Selecting Color Filter Glass for Life Science Applications

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Statistical simplex approach to primary and secondary color correction in thick lens assemblies

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Graphically selecting optical components and housing material for color correction and passive athermalization

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Advantages of using engineered chalcogenide glass for color corrected, passively athermalized LWIR imaging systems

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Can I use an illuminator alone to affect the spectral contrast of my image?

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Aspherized Achromatic Lens Review

Aspherized Achromatic Lenses, exclusive to Edmund Optics, are doublet lenses consisting of two cemented optical elements that are matched for their color-correction ability and small RMS spot size.

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How can I find the fast and slow axes of a retarder?

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Which type of colored filter is best for my imaging application?

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Spectrolight Mighty Light Accessories Overview

Modular accessories adapt the Spectrolight Mighty Light Illuminator for tuning to a specific wavelength, fiber coupling, collimating, homogenizing, and more

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What are the advantages of Fluorescent Illumination?

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What is an ND Filter?

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Spectrolight Mighty Light Product Overview

The Mighty Light is a self-contained, low-noise, tunable source of broadband visible and NIR light featuring a tungsten halogen lamp and output power up to 2W

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Can I see the laser when using safety goggles?

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Precision, Accuracy, Confidence | December 2021

Many of the industrial advancements that have occurred over the past few decades are a direct result of the continuously improving quality and precision of optical imaging systems.

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You specified a first surface mirror but you seem to have sold me a second surface mirror. What happened?

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Advantages of Using Beam Expanders

Learn more about the advantages of using beam expanders in laser optics applications, with examples on spot size and beam size, at Edmund Optics.

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What are the different types of aspheric lenses?

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What is the difference between Achromatic, Semi-Plan and Plan objectives?

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What are the advantages of LED Illumination?

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What factors are involved in how well I can see a laser beam at a given distance?

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How do I select a filter for my application?

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The Future Depends on Optics®

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