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9 September 2015 A quintuple of painful lessons from surface inspection to high-speed imaging
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The paper delivers interesting short stories from about two decades of research and development in the field of surface inspection, hyper spectral imaging, high speed techniques. The paper covers problems with an import restricted SWIR sensor, which turned out to be creatively calibrated, the repeatedly ignored need for IR filters, the self-sustaining diffraction order, if you don’t understand it ... shoot it - visualization plans which ended up at the Shooting range, and the desire for substituting filament bulbs in colorimetry. From today’s point of view a set of trivialities, at their time thwarting factors of monstrous dimension, the problems discussed are squeezed into short chapters, which hopefully will be good for some fun without unnecessary lengthy elaboration. The presentation will contain exemplary footage and visualization.
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Cornelius Hahlweg, Hendrik Rothe, and Cornelia Weyer "A quintuple of painful lessons from surface inspection to high-speed imaging", Proc. SPIE 9583, An Optical Believe It or Not: Key Lessons Learned IV, 95830I (9 September 2015);


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