On-Demand Webinar: A Practical Approach to Color Consistency
Learn about our new, advanced, yet practical method of relative color calibration for matching. To achieve color consistency between vision systems with differing color cameras and lighting components, or even the same vision system over time, requires color calibration. This new approach captures color distortions between two contexts in a more effective way using natural images of the scene thus eliminating the tedious pairing of colors, is computationally efficient, and provides high accuracy similar to the histogram specification method.
The need for, and application of, color machine vision
Fundamentals of color matching
Current challenges with color consistency
Innovative and practical relative calibration method for color consistency
Arnaud D. Lina is manager of the Imaging Software Processing Group at Matrox. He holds a Master of Applied Sciences degree from the Polytechnic School of Montreal, an MBA in Technology Management from the École Supérieure de Gestion of Montreal and a degree in Applied Math from The Université de Technologie de Compiègne in France. A seasoned professional with 18 years of experience in the imaging field, he has been with Matrox since 2000, starting as a software developer and image analyst, and moving up in 2006 to being a software R&D manager.