News and discussions about image sensors
..and still counting: www.photoneo.comI don't like that column "Ambiguity", it's very disputable... And the table mixes volumetric with surface measurement methods.
So, what is the principle of Photoneo 3D sensor?
Looks like structured light.
Interesting table would have been great if it also includes samples sensors
Just from the top of my head:1. Kinect 12. LeapMotion? (mixed with stereo, but can only do hands)3. ??? (nothing popular comes to mind, maybe a Zygo interferometer?)4. Lytro Illum? 5. Gameboy 3DS6. Confocal microscopes7. ???8. Sick laser scanner9. Kinect 210. ???11. Keyence VHX microscope (or any other microscope with motorized focus)12. CT-scanner13. ???14. Credit card15. ???16. Any AFM17. Optical mouse with laser illumination18. ???19. Really popular with ophthalmologists, they use OCT scanners to analyze the retinaAnyone, please feel free to extend and correct this list!
I don't know about other applications, but a version of laminography is used for automatic x-ray inspection (AXI) of highly populated PCBs like those in smartphones.
Not a very interesting table. Too general.Photoneo.com: Not a very interesting website. Too little (no) information.
It is easy to say "not a very interesting table", but many people would appreciate if you can make it more interesting ?
Hi, it is good to see a list like this, even if we have known the parts before. I am missing red shift. That is 3D imaging on the largest possible scale. It covers a wide part of the volume of the universe.
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