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Vision Focus

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Delivering concise business news, market trends and product applications from the imaging and machine vision world.

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The next issue of VISION Focus will be published in January and will focus on biomedical imaging applications and sensor technology. Vision Focus will also be distributed at the SPIE BiOS, Photonics West and Medical Imaging shows taking place in San Francisco and San Jose respectively.

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Highlights in the November issue include:
  • Teledyne Dalsa and Denel Spaceteq to develop Earth Observation Satellite
  • Sony confirms image sensor split
  • 3D display without need for 3D glasses
  • Lensless technique catches the small detals
  • Compact Imaging sees OCT in smartphones, tables and wearables
  • Row breaks out over cadmium quantum dot TVs
  • Plus, the latest product launches

November 2015

Highlights in the September issue include:
  • Compact camera sales forecast to double by 2020
  • Sentinel satellite returns 'game-changing' multispectral imagery
  • OmniVision shareholders back buy-out
  • Gigapixel Multispectral microsope unravels complexity of sell biology
  • The optics behind a new reality
  • Plus a round up of some of the latest products with applications for the imaging and vision market.

September 2015

Highlights in the June issue include:
  • OmniVision board agrees China buy-out
  • ProPhotonix CEO hails 'landmark year'
  • Hannover Fair 2015 - Video control byeye drives new microdisplays
  • Automotive presents 'a great opportunity' for photonics - Latest market research from Tematys
  • Plus much, much more

June 2015

Highlights in the March issue include:
  • The latest information on the new Quantum Imaging hub opening in University of Glasgow
  • Immervision’s targets smartphones with ‘panomorph’ lens
  • VISION Stuttgart 2014: A reminder of some of the latest innovations launched at the show
  • A snapshot at how camera systems are viewing our cities
  • Lens free microscope images – cardiac cells
  • Plus much, much more

March 2015

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