We generally talk at length about theoretical developments here on Nuit Blanche, but the hardware aspect of things when it comes to sensing is something I have cared for in a long while. Indeed any theoretical developments is fine but eventually, hardware has to follow.
As it happens, I was recently talking to some of the good folks at Inview Corporation in Austin, TX and figured it was probably a good time to catch up with their recent developments. Recall, Inview embeds compressive sensing technology in hardware and even sells CS based cameras. Here are their latest blog entries:
- Multi-Scale Compressive Sensing Technology Revealed in InView’s Latest Patent
- Compressive Sensing in Digital Pathology
- Phase 1 STTR Awarded to InView for Compressed-Domain Target Detection and Tracking
- See What’s Inside the World’s First Compressive Sensing Camera
- White Paper: InView210 High Resolution SWIR Camera
Obviously, I have no financial stakes in Inview Corporation.
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