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"Designing a Wearable Imaging Device – for Mice," a Presentation from Inscopix

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Shung Chieh, Vice President of Engineering at Inscopix, presents the "Designing a Wearable Imaging Device – for Mice" tutorial at the May 2017 Embedded Vision Summit.

Extremely small imaging systems can enable applications in diverse areas such as healthcare, manufacturing and wearable devices. In this presentation, Chieh explores the challenges encountered in designing one such tiny imaging system: Inscopix develops miniaturized microscopes that enable neuroscientists to visualize the brain activity of awake and freely-moving mice. He discusses how his company designs these microscopes to meet form factor, thermal, data integration, and data analysis challenges.