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SensorPhysics (Oldsmar, FL) is celebrating its tenth anniversary by reducing the price on the LaserTest beam profiler by 50%. The LS-4 LaserTest, a full-function camera-based beam profiler that converts a PC to a full-performance beam profiler, will now cost $2500. To hel¥reach the Asian market, SensorPhysics named Futek (Tokyo, Japan) as its distributor for the company`s camera-based beam profilers in that country. . . . The National Institute of Standards and Technology (Gaithersburg, MD)

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SensorPhysics (Oldsmar, FL) is celebrating its tenth anniversary by reducing the price on the LaserTest beam profiler by 50%. The LS-4 LaserTest, a full-function camera-based beam profiler that converts a PC to a full-performance beam profiler, will now cost $2500. To hel¥reach the Asian market, SensorPhysics named Futek (Tokyo, Japan) as its distributor for the company`s camera-based beam profilers in that country. . . . The National Institute of Standards and Technology (Gaithersburg, MD) Advanced Technology Program announced that the development of compact, lightweight, high-resolution color displays and images is one of eight new research projects that it will sponsor for cost-shared funding. . . . Data Translation (Marlboro, MA) formed partnerships with two scientific image- analysis software partners--Impuls GmbH (Groebenzell, Germany) and Amerinex Applied Imaging (Amherst, MA). . . . Data Translation also signed a contract with Western Vision Software (Salt Lake City, Utah) to market and resell HLImage++, a general-purpose, advanced image-processing application developed by Western Vision. . . . Vision (Edinburgh, Scotland) is introducing 5402 range monochrome medium-resolution CMOS sensors and products on a single-chi¥dual-standard EIA/CCIR sensor. The sensor offers an alternative to CCD board cameras as they match CCD performance, although they are smaller, less expensive, and have lower power consumption. . . . Cognex Corp. (Natick, MA) entered into an agreement with Fuji Corp. (Tokyo, Japan) in which Fuji will pay approximately $1 million to Cognex for early access to the company`s next-generation machine-vision systems.

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