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Ghost imaging developed for moving object capture

Scientists have produced a technique to capture moving objects using a new method termed ghost imaging. This method should make captor objects practical for new applications, extending to areas like biomedical imaging and security checks.

New digital technique to assess heart rhythms

Do our hearts beat digital or analog? Answering this seemingly simple question will have implications for the development of new new classes of drugs to treat heart rhythm disorders.

New tech calculates blood pressure via a selfie video

Scientists have developed a straightforward way to assess blood pressure where the user takes a selfie video. The technique works well with some people, but it is less effective with certain skin tones.

How people can teach AI to see like humans

A new study demonstrates that humans can think like computers. The research indicates how artificial intelligence is narrowing the gap between the visual abilities of people and machines, resulting in computers edging closer to how people think.

Spiking tool improves artificial intelligence devices

A new type of spiking tool has been shown to improve artificially intelligent devices. The new method could benefit smartphones, self-driving cars, and other systems reliant upon automated image interpretation.

Replicating 3D models using a standard smartphone

Cambridge - Advances with smartphone technology will soon enable the generation of realistic, real-world objects that can be used in any virtual environment, with the images formed within a short time period.

Advanced optical imaging provides new cellular insights

A new combination of two microscope technologies has provided scientists with a new insight into the biological processes occurring inside all living cells. This enables particles near the membrane of human cells, for example, to be better visualized.

3D medical imaging to detect irregular heartbeats

An advancement has been made with medical imaging software. A new application can make a 3D representation of the human heart in order to assess the heart for irregular heartbeats, which might signal a cardiovascular problem.

Artificial intelligence system detects often-missed cancer tumors

Florida - Medical scientists and engineers have come together to develop an artificial intelligence system designed to detect often-missed cancer tumors, thereby helping to boost patient survival rates.

New technique reveals 3D images of cancer cells

A new advance has been made in medical imaging, which displays cancer cells as three-dimensional images in the human body. This includes an optical process to overcome the problem of transparent cells.

Image analysis and AI tech used to study branches

The technologies of artificial intelligence and machine learning are being used by botanists to study plant structures, particularly the variations in branching. The technology can assist with agricultural improvements.

Algorithm repairs corrupted digital images

Bethesda - University of Maryland researchers have devised a technique exploits the power of artificial neural networks to tackle multiple types of flaws and degradations in a single image in one go.

Apple acquires InVisage, a nanoscale imaging tech startup

Apple has acquired InVisage technologies, a startup that's using nanotechnology to create more advanced imaging sensors. Although neither company has commented on the reports, the acquisition aligns with Apple's increased interest in imaging technologies.

Why farmers need advanced imaging: Interview Special

Today, farming and technology are becoming one. A key example is with imaging technology to help optimize crop production. To obtain an overview of the agriculture imaging technology sector we spoke with Ashwin Madgavkar of Ceres Imaging.

3D selfie for face and emotion recognition

Nottingham - Technologists have developed technology that is capable of producing 3-D facial reconstruction from a single 2-D image -- the so-called '3-D selfie'. The technology will have several business applications.

Essential Science: The man who helps cars to see

LiDAR technology can serve a critical role in terms of obstacle detection and avoidance, allowing vehicles to navigate safely through environments. As autonomous cars become a pressing reality, this technology is leading the way forward.

Palm-sized medical gamma-ray camera launched

Scientists have invented a Compton camera weighing just 580 grams. The camera visualizes gamma rays of different energies. in tests the camera has produced high-resolution, multicolor 3D molecular images of a live mouse.

Viewing brain images by new adaptive-optics technology

Scientists from Purdue University have developed a new adaptive-optics technology designed for brain research. The method, described as “multi-pupil adaptive optics”, helps with research into brain function.

New imaging method tracks cystic fibrosis drug Special

A new imaging technique called hyperpolarized helium MRI scanning could aid in the development of improved therapies for lung diseases like cystic fibrosis.

Seeing preserved mummies clearer thanks to virtual imaging

London - Advanced imaging has interfaced with antiquities thanks to a new initiative from the British Museum in London. This makes use of imaging software designed to enhance the visitor experience.

Powerful microscope shrunk to dime-size

Dallas - A high-technology imaging device has been created, in the form of a an atomic force microscope on a chip. The microscope is powerful and it can be manufactured at a low-cost.

New imaging method tracks neurological diseases

Medical researchers have devised a new imaging method to track genetic markers in the human brain. Abnormalities with these genes are indicators of potential neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s.

New way of watching 'neurons in action' (video)

Researchers have imaged the electrical impulses of a worm and in the zebrafish nervous system. It is hoped that the pioneering technology could be used soon to show activity in the human brain.

Canadian scientists use 3-D modeling to identify cancers

Montreal - Scientists have shown that the three-dimensional shape of a cancer cell genome can reliably classify sub-types of human leukemia. This could lead to new diagnosis using 3-D imaging.

Imaging technology helps screen childhood disease

Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) can cause serious illnesses in children. In the early stages the disease is difficult to detect. New imaging technology offers a way to increase detection of the disease.

Bounce Imaging Produces Low Cost Solution To See the Unseen

What if firefighters could see inside a burning building before entering? What if law enforcers can observe a hostage situation without risks? What if there was a low cost solution that could do all this?

Report shows Canadian doctors over-prescribing

In Decisions, Decisions: Family Doctors as Gatekeepers to Prescription Drugs and Diagnostic Imaging in Canada, a report released by Health Council of Canada today, better management of prescription drugs and diagnostic imaging services are needed.

The First Image from GeoEye-1 posted on Internet

The Google sponsored GeoEye-1 Satellite has downloaded the first images since attaining orbit. The satellite was launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base September 6, 2008.

Tricorders not SciFi Anymore

Beam me down Scotty, and send Bones as soon as he gets to the transporter room. The Star Trek Tricorder may have seen it's first actual working model being produced recently. The highly portable device is using technology from the cell phone industry.

Caveman Takes Doctors to a New Level

Canadian researchers have gone where no doctor has before. To the 4D of imaging. With it doctors can show patients what their illnesses look like inside their bodies and plot out more precisely complex surgeries. The fourth D is the passage through time.
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