"The current methods available to setup and capture light in a color or exposure critical workflow are complex and imprecise, often requiring manual holding of test charts and light meters to measure and record image conditions," said Michael Okincha, president of Peripheral Vision. "Eliminating such physical constraints, ISOLIGHT COLOR measures everything you need to know about an image to evaluate and correct lighting. This allows it to simplify the testing process and end the guessing game when it comes to lighting."
ISOLIGHT COLOR includes four full-color RGB light sensors allowing a single person to continuously measure and monitor the absolute illumination level, uniformity and color. Replacing the industry-standard approach of using separate hand-held light and color meters, the device ensures test charts are evenly illuminated by a known color of light when capturing images. Further ensuring ease-of-use, ISOLIGHT COLOR can be connected to a network for remote data acquisition and control, facilitating integration into automated testing and production environments.
At the same time, Peripheral Vision announced that
ISOLIGHT COLOR is available for preorder at www.pv-imaging.com and will ship during the first quarter of 2014. Additionally, the entire Peripheral Vision product line will be available in
Peripheral Vision will be demonstrating the new ISOLIGHT COLOR light metering system at IS&T | SPIE Electronic Imaging, from
About Peripheral Vision
Peripheral Vision offers a comprehensive portfolio of services to support all aspects of digital camera design and development. In-house capabilities include optics design and selection, sensor evaluation, test and characterization, sensor driver development, low-noise analog and high-speed digital design, image quality tuning and evaluation, embedded system design, supplier selection and management and engineering project management. Peripheral Vision serves a wide range of imaging markets, including mobile and consumer imaging, DSLR and still imaging, industrial inspection, medical imaging (endoscopy, dental, and laboratory equipment design), security and surveillance and robotics and machine vision. To learn more visit http://pv-imaging.com.
Whether it's satellites or camera phones, visible light or infrared,
Source: Peripheral Vision
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