Smart Vision Lights’ Steve Kinney has written an article that is featured in the current issue of Quality Magazine. In the article, Steve discusses where the Machine Vision system is and where it is going.
Matrox has released a video on the photometric stereo technique featuring Smart Vision Lights products. Photometric stereo uses 3D surface orientation and its effect on reflected light to produce a contrast image accentuating local 3D surface variations.
Join Smart Vision Lights on September 24 at 11 AM EST for the webinar The Growing Need for Precision in LED Lighting. Presented by Paul Powers, Director of Sales – Americas, the webinar looks at three main trends in machine vision lighting.
Automate 2017 was another great show for Smart Vision Lights. Not only did we experience strong booth traffic, but we were very pleased to see so many customers using our lights in their showcased products. Our unofficial count for the number of booths that featured at least one light built by Smart Vision Lights.
Conference season is in getting into full swing and Smart Vision Lights is looking forward to showing you our latest products, such as our well-received line of miniature lights, new large panel lights, and an economic version of our monster LCHP ultra-high-power linear light for line-scan applications.
When LED light manufacturer Smart Vision Lights (Muskegon, Michigan, USA) joined forces with optical engineers at LumenFlow (Wyoming, Michigan, USA) to create prototypes for a 5-million-lux LED linear light, they expected great results.
On June 8-10, Smart Vision Lights will hold our first Innovative Illumination Summit at the Grand Traverse Resort & Spa on the eastern shores of Lake Michigan.
You might have heard that Smart Vision Lights has created a new division that will supply bandpass, colorpass, and polarized filters for the machine vision industry. We thought you might want to know more details about those products.
Which type of light bulbs offer the best value for your business? If your answer is LED (light-emitting diode) bulbs, you’re correct.
McNaughton-McKay Electric Company took this year’s $1,000 top prize by showing us how they use Smart Vision Lights products in their automotive panel tab and clip inspection system. Using two Cognex In-Sight® 7020 Vision Systems with L300-625-W Linear Lights in their automotive inspection process, McNaughton-McKay evaluates parts to ensure that the black tabs are bent in place and the brass clips are present.