Well check out a few of these to find out
Microsoft Easy Camera Calibration Tool can be used to determine a camera’s internal parameters (focal length, aspect ratio, radial distortion, etc.). The technique only requires the camera to observe a planar pattern shown at a few (at least two) different orientations. Either the camera or the planar pattern can be freely moved. The motion need not be known.
Group Shot creates a composite image from a series of photos. The photos must be of the same scene, taken from the same point of view within a short period of time. The application uses regions that you indicate to build a composite image automatic
Video Presentation here, it will stream but please note this is 137mb so may take some time to download.
By acquiring two digital images of a scene, one with flash and one without flash, we let the user subsequently interpolate the images to obtain any continuous flash intensity, and even extrapolate beyond the original images. This demo shows one such example.
Configure the ultimate Windows XP imaging workstation
Digital imaging places significant demands on computer hardware and software, simply because the tasks performed involve significant amounts of data. Your imaging workstation must have the speed, capacity, and connectivity options to organize, edit, transfer, and store massive files. This white paper gives you essential insights on configuring a complete hardware and software solution that will meet your imaging needs
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