COLOR MACHINE VISION


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COLOR MACHINE VISION
1010600COLOR MACHINE VISION
<emphasis role="italic"><emphasis role="bold">WHY COLOR VISION?</emphasis></emphasis> Color vision is one of the most powerful and important sensors available to living organisms. Animals, birds, even insects use it to identify food and potential mates. Plants use color vision indirectly; they display their own colors to attract birds and insects which come for food and in return help spread pollen and seeds. Carnivorous plants may even use color in this way to attract their prey.
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Sabrie Soloman: Sensors Handbook, Second Edition. COLOR MACHINE VISION, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2010 1999), AccessEngineering Export