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Matrox Imaging offers free technical seminars during The Vision Show

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Matrox Imaging will offer a series of free machine vision seminars on 10 and 11 June 2008, during next month's The Vision Show at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston.

The technical seminars will highlight the newest features of the Matrox Imaging Library 9.0 (MIL), the collection of software tools for developing industrial imaging applications. Seminar topics include how MIL 9 takes advantage of multi-core CPU, GPU and FPGA technology to offload and accelerate image processing, colour analysis, and 3D imaging.

Other seminars will demonstrate the ease of developing applications with Matrox Design Assistant and Matrox Iris E-Series smart camera. Non-programmers will see how to set up image capture and perform location, measurement, reading, part identification, communication, and I/O operations within a flowchart-based graphical user interface.

Attendees should register before the event.

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