real-time image

real-time image

A graphics image that can be animated on screen at the same speed as the real-world object.
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3 Mpixels) features 10 fps full-frame real-time image acquisition and real-time image enhancements.
Using the split-screen feature, presenters can present a previously captured image stored in the camera's internal memory side by side with a real-time image.
Initial configuration includes a standard microfocus x-ray tube up to 160 kV, true x-ray intensity (TXI) control, a four-axes manipulator, a real-time image processing system and a real-time image chain with a high-resolution 4-in.
Based on a new architecture, National's image processors solve a problem that plagues many digital imaging solutions -- inadequate real-time image processing performance, slow click-to-click time and poor quality streaming video.
0, DV500 PLUS offers users real-time effects and transitions, multi-track audio mixing, real-time image correction, real-time 16:9 wide screen aspect ratio, and real-time titling with TitleDeko RT.
System integration could include a variety of image processing techniques including temporal analysis of serial studies, close to real-time image processing, novel image display methods, and related imaging informatics and information reduction methods for more cost-effective solutions for screening.
NASDAQ: STRR) today announced that its Graphicon(TM) 2000/STX (G2000/STX) Image Generator has been selected to provide real-time image generation for flight and tactical operations for a $45 million U.
NSS also provides real-time image processing algorithms for image enhancement and noise reduction in visible and infrared imaging systems.
SAN DIEGO -- DigiVision, a technology leader in digital video and real-time image enhancement, announced today that board member Skip Powers has taken a broader role in the company's business-development activities.
The ASP solution is supported by a unique user interface that offers branding for each financial institution, image capture and validation as well as real-time image quality and usability to minimize image quality warranty risk for the institution, while minimizing operator effort.
New features include: support for Windows Server 2003, enhanced metadata search to include sensor type, percentage cloud cover, projection, datum and radiometry, real-time image services to view images at full resolutions, input support for SPOT 5 and Applanix DSS sensor models, enhanced support for MrSID and JP2K compression, as well as new visual composition tools.
Since this image-based method uses real-time image capture of the defect, it can also preserve the defect size, location, color information and surface morphology of the defect for later review-a critical step toward identifying the source of the defects and removing that source from the semiconductor manufacturing process.

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