Sensors and Properties

A part of the CVonline computer vision resource summarizing some of the psychological effects and methods associated with human visual processing.
  1. General
  2. Analog Signal Shaping and Quantization
  3. Analog / Mixed Analog-Digital Image Processing
  4. Computational Photography/Cameras
    1. Computational illumination
    2. Computational optics
  5. Hologram, Digital Hologram
  6. Image Storage Devices
  7. Intensity Sensors and their Properties: Spectral sensitivityShutter speedResponsivity
    1. Active Pixel Sensing
    2. Atomic Force Microscopy
    3. Compressive Sensing
    4. High Dynamic Range Sensors
    5. Intelligent Image Capture
    6. Linear/Linescan Sensors
    7. Monochrome and Color Tube Sensors
    8. Monochrome and Color Chip Sensors
    9. Non-standard intensity sensors
      1. Hyperspectral Sensors
      2. Infrared Sensors
      3. Millimeter Imaging
      4. Multispectral Sensors
      5. Nanoscale Imaging
      6. Schlieren imaging
      7. Ultraviolet Sensors
      8. X-Ray/Radiography
        1. Digital Radiography
        2. Digital Panoramic Radiography
  8. NMR/MRI Magnetic Resonance Imaging
    1. DCE-MRI
    2. Diffusion Tensor Imaging, Diffusion Imaging
    3. fMRI
  9. Optical Coherence Tomography
  10. PET - Positron Emission Tomography
  11. Radar
    1. Forward Looking Radar Imaging
    2. Ground Penetrating
    3. Side Looking
    4. Synthetic Aperture
  12. Range Sensors
    1. Dense Stereo-based
    2. Moire Fringe
      1. Color
      2. Intensity
      3. Phase Unwrapping Techniques
    3. Phase Shift Range Sensors
    4. Structured Light Based
    5. Time-of-flight cameraLIDARLaser rangefinder
    6. Triangulation
    7. Video Rate Range, e.g. KINECT
  13. Sensor Geometries
    1. Regular, Pixel
      1. Cartesian Grid
      2. Hexagonal
      3. Linear
    2. Space Varying
      1. Foveal
      2. Irregular
      3. Log-Polar
    3. Viewfield
      1. Omnidirectional
        1. Catadioptric
        2. Concave, Spherical and other Curved Mirrors
      2. Panoramic
      3. Small Field
      4. Wide Angle, Fisheye
  14. SPECT - Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography
  15. Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)
  16. Ultrasound/Acoustic Sonar
    1. Medical
    2. Robotic: Terrestrial and Undersea Range Sensing and Imaging
  17. Video/Television Transmission Formats
    1. Analog Video/Television Transmission Formats
      1. RS-170/NTSC (US)
      2. CCIR/PAL (W. Europe)
      3. SECAM (France, E. Europe)
    2. Digital Video/Television Transmission Formats
      1. DTMB - Digital Terrestrial Multimedia Broadcast (China - aka DMB-T/H )
      2. DVB - Digital Video Broadcasting (North America, Europe, many locations)
      3. ISDB - Integrated Services Digital Broadcasting (Japan)
  18. X-Ray CAT/CT
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