The rapid development of 3D printing technology has spurred intense global demand for printing services, including rapid prototyping.
The SentiSculpt algorithm turns standard 2D still images of an object into 3D models for use in 3D printing, design, architectural modeling and game development.
A New Product Development Company Launched in South Florida
Program explores ways to assemble complex ideas from elementary ones given language and context
Keynote Address from innovator Nicholas J. Webb ----Certified training programs offered ----Online registration opens today, Feb. 19
NIO 100 series has built connectivity, manageability, and security into a cloud-ready IoT gateway solution.
Automation specialist augments toolbox with ready-made kinematic modules for easy robot control
The Certified Robot Integrator program strengthens the overall integrator channel and allows integrators to benchmark their own processes against best industry practices.
They provide valuable support with their precision, flexibility and speed: KUKA robots are helping to restore historic sculptures at the Canadian parliament building in Ottawa, as well as building the sixth Messner Mountain Museum on the summit of the Kronplatz (Plan de Corones) in South Tyrol.
PBS NewsHour features Barrett, SynTouch, UCLA, and Case Western driving prosthetic arm/hand research
Camera manufacturer exhibits at Vision China in Shanghai from March 17-19, 2015. New camera models selected for Chinese market needs, and inspiring application demos.
Allied Vision expands its entry-level camera family, Mako with five new models ranging from VGA to 1.9 Megapixels with up to 309 fps.
TV Star Grant Imahara set to host 11th annual International RoboGames
In a recent project, Maplesoft's MapleSim, was used by designers and engineers at Engineered Arts to develop a biologically analogous leg design for Byrun, a new kind of full-scale dynamic humanoid that will take social robotics to the next level. This leg design will give Byrun the ability to walk, run, jump and hop.
Expanding its offerings of synchronous motors, HEIDENHAIN Corporation introduces the new QSY 260B and QSY 260C EcoDyn series of servo motors with stall torque of 85.0 Nm and 120.0 Nm, respectively. Of particular use on machine tools, these HEIDENHAIN motors provide low torque ripple which guarantee high speed stability and positioning accuracy, resulting in parts with superior surface quality.
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Technology development moves at a dizzying pace and the machine vision industry is no exception. Specific to imaging there is consistent innovation aimed at improving efficiencies, costs, and intelligence. Over the past 12 months, for example, new USB3 Vision™ products have driven the design of higher bandwidth, plug-and-play solutions for imaging applications. What's next for machine vision? This article examines five trends that are expected to influence imaging system design. Sign up at right to receive news and updates on the latest vision technology for medical imaging and you'll receive Five Trends for Imaging Technologies free!