Computational imaging for pattern detection and machine vision
Multichannel computational camera for AutoID applications
With computational imaging the capabilities of cameras and other imaging devices can be substantially extended. With this new technique images are captured and processed using digital computation instead of optical processes.
In the research project new concepts (e.g. lensless imaging, light field camera) will be applied to imaging devices such as bar code readers and machine vision instruments. Methods that were initially developed for coherent light will be extended to partially inchoherent illumination. Furthermore the optical design of prototypes will be part of the research task.
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During the PHABLABS 4.0 project, the programme of activities will have direct impact on the 14 pilot Fab Labs and on the more than 3.000 participants of the photonics-directed activities in those pilot Fab Labs.
To stimulate interest in STEM and in a technical profession, with a special attention on achieving strong female engagement.
To encourage experimentation with photonics and grasp the strong enabling character of this technology in combination with other KETs (Manufacturing, Electronics, Advanced Materials).
To introduce them to specific aspects of photonics and trigger innovation in their products, with focus on technological possibilities and entrepreneurial opportunities.
- Coordination and support action - 731610
- Start date: 1th December 2016