Looking for more background information on camera technologies? How do industrial cameras work and what do you need to know about CMOS cameras? Read our informative articles or watch a video on these topics.
What is image processing?
What exactly is image processing and how does it work? This video will explain that and more.
3D Technologies in Image Processing
Robots that can see in three dimensions. Thanks to 3D imaging technology, this is now a reality. Which 3D methods are available and how are they used?
What is embedded vision?
Our video explains what exactly embedded vision means, how an embedded vision system is structured and the benefits embedded vision systems offer.
Why CMOS Image Sensors?
The future belongs to CMOS sensors. This video shows you practical examples of the benefits behind this sensor technology for various areas of application.
What is Time of Flight?
A ToF camera can deliver 3D image information and helps to solve tasks where 2D data isn't enough. In our newest video, you'll learn precisely how this kind of camera works.
What is image quality?
What exactly does image quality mean? Our video explains which factors contribute to image quality and how you can assess the image quality of different camera models.
Camera Sizes: the Smaller, the Finer
Compact, mini, sugarcube – small camera formats have become an inherent feature within many industrial image processing applications. Read about the advantages of small formats here.
How Does a Digital Camera Work?
How and when were digital industrial cameras developed, how do they work and what are they used for? Learn all about it in our Vision Campus video!
The Future Belongs to CMOS
CMOS sensors are increasingly replacing CCD sensors. The job of sensors in general and the benefits of CMOS sensors in particular are explored in this article.
For many image processing applications, you'll need a camera with real-time capability. Which applications qualify? And what exactly does “real-time” mean? – It’s all explained here.
NIR: Seeing Clearly Even in Low Light
To take high quality images in poor lighting conditions, you'll need near-infrared cameras. We explain to you what that means.
High-Sensitivity Image Processing Cameras
To capture the best possible images, you should use a camera with exceptional light sensitivity. We explain precisely what that means and how to find a camera using those insights.