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Custom Camera Design for Medical Devices

Medical devices are utilizing machine vision with greater frequency. Learn more about what is involved with developing a custom camera.

Should a Lens be Actively Aligned?

Active alignment is often the distinction between a high performing lens and those that are mass produced. Learn more about the process and how it impacts lens performance.

Active Alignment of a Lens to a Sensor is Critical for Compact Systems

Why some lenses have to be actively aligned to the sensor and how it's accomplished.

How to Choose Machine Vision Lenses

Navitar discusses the important factors involved when deciding on a lens for machine vision, including how rugged it is and your lighting environment.

DLP VS Laser Projector

Navitar discusses the benefits of DLP and Laser projectors. You’ll learn how these models compare, why they might be for you, and what to know when buying one. Navitar discusses the benefits of DLP and Laser projectors. You’ll learn how these models compare, why they might be for you, and what to know when buying one.

A Complete Breakdown of Automated Vision Systems

Navitar explains what automatic vision systems are and the plethora of uses for this innovative technology. Here we break it down by components, configurations, and purposes. to better understand what it does and why.

3D Inspection Made Easy with Machine Vision

Navitar discusses the growing industry around machine vision and shaking up manufacturing pipelines.

A Complete Guide on Machine Vision Inspection

Navitar offers a complete overview of machine vision inspection, including how the technique works for different products, where it can be used, and the benefits of implementing it.

Why Are High-Quality Lenses Important for Your Dome Projection Project

Navitar explains some of the science behind dome projection, projector placement, pixel shifting, and the importance of lens quality.

What Technology Goes Into Manufacturing Machine Vision Lenses?

Navitar examines the various technologies that go into creating a machine vision operation, including emerging technologies in lighting, sensors, and lenses.

Tips For Keeping Your Projection Lens Clean

Navitar offers advice for caring for your new projection lens to help get the best performance and longest life from your equipment.

Technology that the Food Manufacturing Industry Uses to be Safer and More Efficient

Navitar offers a glimpse into some of the innovative new technologies that are helping to improve food safety standards and keep people healthy.

The Value of a Machine Vision Integrator

Navitar explains partnering with a dedicated machine vision integrator. Learn how these experts can engineer, install, and execute a custom-made rig to meet your needs.

Vision AI Software and Hardware are Working Together to Make the Workplace Safer

Vision AI hardware and software are enabling greater safety in the workplace than ever before by aiding in accident prevention, sickness detection, and public safety.

What is the Benefit of Upgrading to a 4K projector

Navitar explains the development of 4K projection technology and how resolution does and does not impact overall image quality.

What Technology is in Driving Self Driving Cars

Navitar provides an overview of the innovations that are bolstering self-driving cars. As automation develops, so do other technologies, such as 5G networks, sensors, and artificial intelligence.

How Is Total Magnification Calculated

Microscopes utilize multiple lenses to expand specimens to more visible sizes. Navitar explains how total magnification is calculated in your microscope.

Magnification vs Resolution - What's the Difference

Navitar explains the importance of understanding how magnification relates to resolution. Here you’ll learn about magnification ratios and Modulation Transfer Functions.

Numerical Aperture and Resolution - How is Resolution Determined

Navitar explains how a lens receives light through Numerical Aperture. Read on to learn more about what it means for higher-resolution lens shoppers.

What Does the Objective Lens Do on a Microscope

Navitar provides an overview of what an objective lens is, what it does, and how it was invented.

What is a Digital Microscope - How to Choose the Right One for your Application

Navitar explains the unique benefits that digital microscopes can offer over their optical counterparts.

What is a Water Immersion Objective - Uses and Advantages

Navitar explains the differences between oil and water immersion objectives and why you shouldn’t overlook the water.

What is Automated Microscopy?

Navitar explains what automated microscopy is and how the technology in an automated microscope differs from a standard optical model.

Types of Microscopes and All Their Uses

Scientists and people in other professions widely use microscopes. Find out what types of microscopes there are and how they work here.

Water & Oil Immersion Lens - Everything You Need To Know

A water and oil immersion lens, also known as immersion objective lens, is used to take clear photos of tiny objects. Learn about immersion lenses here.

Benefits of Wide Field of View Microscope Objectives

Navitar explains the benefits of using a wide field of view microscope, what parts of a microscope determine the field of view, and explains what field of view is.
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