High-speed imaging

The science behind sport

In the run up to the Fifa World Cup, Greg Blackman examines how video analysis is used to improve the performance of top athletes

Freeze frame

While imaging at high speed used to require a dedicated camera, now - with the advances in CMOS technology - machine vision in general is getting faster, as Greg Blackman discovers

Keeping up with fast frame rates

As cameras become faster, Jessica Rowbury discusses some of the challenges in reaching high speeds while also improving the image quality

Keeping an eye on the ball

In a high-tech machine vision company a well-balanced mixture of skills and backgrounds is a significant competitive advantage, Mikrotron CEO Christian Pilzer tells Tim Gillett

Faster than the eye can see

Machine vision suppliers are eyeing up high-speed imaging, which can resolve events that are too quick to see, according to Stephen Mounsey

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