This white paper gives a general overview as well as to function as a reference for all tasks related to synchronizing allPIXA classic, allPIXA pro and allPIXA wave cameras. Firstly, the camera acquisition needs to be synchronized to the sample motion speed by setting up the encoder. Subsequently, further devices like other cameras
Capturing yield limiting defects is crucial for semiconductor wafer devices yield. Here we describe how semiconductor wafer manufacturing can take advantage of allPIXA wave ultra-high resolution 15,360 pixels and rich features to advantage of the in-line inspection systems. Read the application note.
This technical note is about an alternative 3D reconstruction method. CS-3D-Api now has a GPU implementation of an alternative 3D reconstruction method to the existing block-matching (BM) approach. The approach is based on the semi-global matching (SGM) algorithm, which is very accurate at object borders, fine structures and in
Quality control within package printing processes is one of the key fields of application of fast, high-performance color line scan cameras. To this end, Irish machine vision specialist OneBoxVision has developed an "out of the box" solution for 100% inline inspection. The central component of this solution is a
When designing spectral camera sensitivity curves for multi-channel cameras, various aspects have to be considered. In addition to the feasibility of the found function, these are the saturation behavior and the signal-to-noise ratio under the assumed lighting conditions. This article focuses on the colorimetric re-production properties of the filter
Inspecting wire bonding processes inline is currently one of the most challenging tasks in machine vision. Traditional inspection is performed on 2D images, color or grayscale, and consists for instance of wire tracing, Bent and broken wire detection, Wire solder spot / wedge analysis, Wire attendance check. 2D inspection