Teledyne DALSA Unveils Possibility Hub

Possibility Hub - a content engine for sharing stories and knowledge about imaging technology

Waterloo, Canada May 5, 2014 - Today Teledyne DALSA unveiled its new Possibility Hub - a content engine for sharing stories and knowledge about imaging technology and its ability to empower human achievement. Continued advances in digital image sensor technology and data processing are driving new and ever more ambitious applications for imaging technology. The Possibility Hub will spotlight these innovations not only in traditional industrial applications, but in the physical and health sciences, arts and entertainment, as well as oceanographic, geographic, and interplanetary exploration.


Visitors to the Possibility Hub (http://possibility.teledynedalsa.com) can expect content that reflects where imaging technology is being deployed today but also for the future with stories that include traditional machine vision cameras re-purposed for blockbuster cinematography, smart vision technology enabling major installations in edutainment or shaping the future of digital imaging for non-visible applications.

"We believe the value of the Possibility Hub will resonate with stakeholders and the industry in general," says Kirk Petersen, Director of Marketing Communications. "We want to shine a spotlight on interesting imaging application stories regardless of where they come from."

For more information about the Imaging Possibility Hub or to contribute, please contact us at possibility@teledynedalsa.com.

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