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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CARDIFF.BASED Intelligent Ultrasound Group has seen its share price surge after signing its first long-term licence and co-development agreement for its AI software with one of the world's leading ultrasound equipment manufacturers The long-term agreement will enable the integration of Intelligent Ultrasound's real-time image analysis software onto a range of specialty specific ultrasound systems marketed in the global healthcare market.
The long-term agreement will enable the integration of Intelligent Ultrasound's real-time image analysis software onto ultrasound systems marketed in the global healthcare market.
The Obalon Navigation System utilizes magnetic resonance, rather than x-ray radiation, to image the Obalon Balloon during placement and displays a dynamic, real-time image of the Balloon on a notebook computer screen.
The new MPU delivers 10 times the image processing performance of its predecessor, the RZ/A1, and incorporates Renesas' exclusive Dynamically Reconfigurable Processor, which achieves real-time image processing at low power consumption.
In conjunction, the company provides comprehensive imaging CRO services including site training and qualification, real-time image receipt, QC, query management and archival, reads using only board-certified radiologists and medical oncologists, real-time reader monitoring and QC of reads, as well as data exports in a CDISC compatible format.
The group is creating resources for designers to produce their own low-power, high-performance embedded systems capable of real-time image processing.
During the SOAR Oregon grant program, Overwatch refined several software image processing features in its toolkit, including automatic real-time image enhancement and real-time small object detection.
Handbook of Research on Advanced Concepts in Real-Time Image and Video Processing
The new MIA feature enables users to create panoramic images with real-time image stitching, even while using a manual stage.
The new SRAM is optimized for use as video buffer memory in automotive infotainment SoCs to realize the real-time image processing capabilities necessary for future autonomous-driving vehicle technologies.
Dacuda's patented and mass-market proven SLAM Scan[R] technology enables real-time image stitching over space and time for any handheld device.
The company says users thus gain extremely fast real-time image processing systems suitable for demanding high-speed and line scan applications.

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