Cameras in Medicine and the Life Sciences – New White Paper
Medical devices, labs, operating rooms: all are increasingly outfitted with cameras. The fields of microscopy, ophthalmology, pathology, endoscopy, lab automation and biomedical research have become increasingly prevalent sites for cameras that support doctors and medical experts in their research and diagnostics.
Our new White Paper "How Machine Vision Cameras Help Medicine – An Examination Focused on Color Fidelity and CCD/CMOS Sensor Technology" explores key camera criteria to highlight the advantages of Machine Vision (MV) cameras in medical applications. Authors Peter Behringer and Denis Dettmer, both product managers at Basler, put a particular focus on how color is calculated and the importance of color fidelity, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of CCD and CMOS sensor technology when used in medical and life science applications.
Are your applications concentrated around optical microscopy? Then our White Paper "How Can I Find the Right Digital Camera for My Microscopy Application?" runs through the key points for successful selection of a camera for this field.
Comprehensive information about the potential uses of MV cameras can also be found in the "Medical & Life Sciences" section of our website. We take a tour of our virtual Basler Medical Center in the Vision Campus to see how cameras have already become part of daily medical life in many fields. Join us!
Do you have any questions for us? Our Basler Sales Team is always ready to help.