Events

Lumenera will be exhibiting at the following tradeshows:

2016 Tradeshows

ITE 2016

International Technical Exhibition on Image Technology and Equipment 2016
December 7-9, 2017
Yokohama, Japan
Visit our partner, Argo (Booth #25), to view Lumenera's cameras.

 

2017 Tradeshows

Light Microscopy Facility Managers Meeting 2017

Light Microscopy Facility Managers Meeting 2017
January 5-6, 2017
York, England

 

SPIE Photonics West 2017

SPIE Photonics West 2017
January 28 - February 2, 2017
San Francisco, USA
Booth #4029

 

USCAP 2017

USCAP 2017 Annual Meeting
March 6-8, 2017
San Antonio, USA

 

Laser World of Photonics China 2017

Laser World of Photonics China 2017 (Vision China)
March 14-16, 2017
Shanghai, China
Stand #N2.2237

 

Automate 2017

Automate 2017
April 3-6, 2017
Chicago, USA
Booth #2662

 

AUVSI'S XPONENTIAL 2017

AUVSI'S XPONENTIAL 2017
May 8-11, 2017
Dallas, USA
Booth #1749

 

Laser World of Photonics Germany 2017

Laser World of Photonics Germany 2017
June 26-29, 2017
Munich, Germany

 

ITS World Congress 2017

ITS World Congress 2017
October 29 - November 2, 2017
Montreal, Canada
Booth #2448

 

 

Neuroscience 2017

Neuroscience 2017
November 11-15, 2017
Washington DC, USA
Booth #2902

Lumenera has sponsored the following ON-DEMAND webinars:

 

Bitesize Bio: "Color Image Quality Control in Microscopy"


Free webinar

Previously recorded on September 29, 2016
Webinar Presenter: Mark Clymer, Microscopy & Spectrophotometer Sales Specialist at Laxco, Inc.


Color imaging is everywhere today and often is taken for granted. Images are instantly captured on cell phones, tablets, web cams, and microscopes. Pictures are shared with friends and colleagues even faster. We thrive on instant gratification. For some of us, our images are simply a snapshot in time — a selfie in front of a landmark, an amazing meal presentation, a pic showing viable cells in culture. But for others, images need to be masterpieces, expressing not just artistry but scientific discovery. Regardless of your philosophy, we are at the mercy of the technology: cameras AND software. So as scientists, how do we ensure that we capture and communicate images that are worthy of our research? In this webinar, you’ll learn about how color in images goes awry, and what you can do about it. And there’s a twist at the end about an often overlooked villain in this whole scheme.

Click here to watch a recorded copy of the webinar.


VSD Webinar: "Choosing a machine vision camera"


Free webinar

Previously recorded on July 13, 2016
Webinar Presenter: Nigel Holmes, Vision Technology Manager, Federal-Mogul Corporation


When it comes to choosing the correct industrial camera for your machine vision system, understanding camera and optic specifications are key. This free webcast by Nigel Holmes, Vision Technology Manager, Federal Mogul Corporation, will explain these specifications while also discussing resolution, pixel count, field of view, as well as provide an overview of the types of cameras that are currently available.

Additionally, he will explain how these specifications impact system performance for producing images that can be analyzed by machine vision software. Furthermore, Holmes will discuss how choosing the correct lens for your camera can affect system performance. During the webcast, attendees will come away knowing what factors to consider in choosing a machine vision camera for your application, and how to weigh these specific parameters. Following the webcast, you’ll have the opportunity to get your cameras-specific questions answered by Holmes, as the presentation will conclude with audience Q&A.

Click here to watch a recorded copy of the webinar.


BitesizeBio Webinar: "Getting Correct Color from Your Camera"


Free webinar

Previously recorded on September 21, 2015
Webinar Presenter: Jerry Sedgewick, Imaging and Analysis, LLC


Seeing is believing—or is it? As shown with the blue and black (or was it gold and white?) dress, correct color reproduction can be tricky. In microscopy imaging, however, color reproduction is of utmost importance. Microscopy images that contain color, such as with histology stains, must be able to be compared and analyzed. If the color reproduction is poor, then there’s a chance that important information will be overlooked.

There are a number of factors that affect color reproduction. The light source, camera type, and white balance all play a role—even the choice of monitor can affect color reproduction. These aspects all must be optimized for the particular type of microscopy imaging being performed. Here we discuss these factors and how to ensure that the image you see down the eyepiece matches what you see on the screen.

Click here to watch a recorded copy of the webinar.


VSD Webinar: "Choosing the right camera for your machine vision system"


Free webinar

Previously recorded on September 9, 2015
Webinar Presenter: Andrew Bodkin



In this presentation, Andy Bodkin (Bodkin Design & Engineering) will explain camera and optics specifications, and why this understanding is key for choosing a camera for your machine vision applications. He will discuss resolution, pixel count, and field of view (FOV), among other specs--and describe the types of cameras currently available. He will explain how such specifications impact system performance for producing images that can be analyzed by machine vision software.

Click here to watch a recorded copy of the webinar.

 


Bitesize Bio Webinar: "What Do I Really Need From My Microscope Camera?"


Free webinarPreviously recorded on May 4, 2015
Webinar Presenter: James Jonkman


If you ask any vendor which camera is the best one for your microscope, they will usually tell you that it depends on your application. But this is only a helpful response if if you are setting up a microscope for a very specific application. If you plan to use your microscope for many different applications (either in a larger labgroup or in a core facility), then you really need help choosing the best general-purpose camera that meets your budget. In this talk, I’ll build on an earlier webinar on cameras by Doug Richardson, but narrowing in on the most important considerations for choosing an all-purpose camera for your widefield microscope.


Click here to watch a recorded copy of the webinar.

 


AIA Webinar: "Vision in Life Sciences/R&D"


Free webinar
Previously recorded on March 11, 2015
Webinar Presenter: Jerry Fife


In this webinar, we’ll review of some of the imaging techniques used in Life Science research and development for drug discovery and testing, diagnostic test and screening, and physiological reactions.

Click here to watch a recorded copy of the webinar.

 


On Demand Webinar: Choosing the Right Camera for Your Microscope


WebinarPreviously Recorded on September 17th, 2014
Hosted by the Director of Imaging at the Harvard Center for Biological Imaging





In this webinar you will learn: The important properties of microscopy cameras & how to pick the right camera to get the best results for your specific application
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Click here to watch a recorded copy of the webinar