Machine Vision Challenges

Boulanger, Richard
February 2003
Circuits Assembly;Feb2003, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p21
Trade Publication
Discusses the machine vision challenges associated with imaging of products. Factors responsible for flexibility in product imaging; Choice of a lens that allows the depth of field to increase.


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