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Thermal Imaging’s Pocket-Sized Potential

Let’s say you’re a prospective buyer touring an older home that you suspect has some weatherization issues. What if you could verify your hunch by literally seeing cold air seeping under doors or cooling walls where insulation is missing? And what if you could do this on the spot using a smartphone?

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Camera Considerations When Inspecting Printed Circuit Boards

PCB manufacturing is a very competitive market, and manufacturers must be able to confidently ship accurate printed circuit board (PCB) products. Delivery of incorrect boards may have a significant, negative impact on the company reputation, which can directly result in lost business. Inspection of the boards before shipment is required.

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Infrared ‘Optical Biopsy’ Reveals Tumors and Lesions

A new medical imaging method being developed at Rutgers University could help physicians detect cancer and other diseases earlier than before, speeding treatment and reducing the need for invasive, time-consuming biopsies.

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NASA Harvests and 3D Prints Parts for New Aircraft

A team at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, CA is prototyping and redesigning aircraft using 3D printed parts.

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Imaging System Helps View Elusive Veins

The Australian Red Cross Blood Service is researching the use of imaging technology to visualize blood donors’ veins. The vein visualization devices are portable, and project an image of the veins onto the skin’s surface using non-invasive, near-infrared technology. The Blood Service is aiming to find out if this procedure reduces anxiety, improves donation comfort, and makes donors more likely to donate again.

Posted in: UpFront, Visualization Software

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Top Prizes Awarded in the Create the Future Design Contest

On November 7, the top prizes in the 2014 Create the Future Design Contest were presented in New York City. Winners in seven categories, as well as the Grand Prize winner, received awards for their innovations in the annual contest.

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Industry Roundtable: Analysis & Simulation Software

In our annual poll of executives at leading analysis and simulation software vendors, we found that both 3D printing and the cloud will have increasing impact on CAE in 2015, and users will demand additional multi-physics capabilities to simulate larger, more complex models.

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