This article is brought to you by: 

Filtering in Machine Vision

There are many types of filters in machine vision that can be utilized to improve or change the image of the object under inspection. It is important to understand the different technologies behind the various types of filters in order to understand their advantages and limitations. Although there is a wide variety of filters, almost all can be divided into two primary categories, which will be introduced in the following sections: Colored glass filters and interference filters.

Premium Access
To access this content please enter your details in the fields below. If you believe you have already done so for this, please resubmit your details in the next form down.
Already registered?
If you believe you have already registered please submit the email you originally entered.
Feature

Damir Dolar, managing director of Croatian firm Smartek Vision, spoke at the European Machine Vision Association’s business conference in Dubrovnik, Croatia, in June. Here, he gives his view on the European industrial imaging market

Feature

Matthew Dale discovers that polarised imaging could soon see a surge in uptake in industrial inspection, thanks to a new sensor from Sony

Feature

Active Silicon turns 30 in September. Greg Blackman speaks to founder Colin Pearce (below) on building the company and the importance of FPGA technology

Feature

Greg Blackman on the deep learning software tools now being deployed in industrial imaging

Feature

Keely Portway looks at some of the miniature imaging technology used in endoscopes

Analysis and opinion