Given Imaging PillCam ESO (http://rbi.ims.ca/4919-541). About the size of a multi-vitamin, this disposable medical capsule has miniature cameras on both ends. Instead of sedating the patient to perform a traditional Endoscope probe of the esophagus, the patient simply swallows the pill. During its five minute journey, the cameras flash approximately 14 times per second taking about 2,600 color pictures, which are transmitted to a recording device worn by the patient. Size was one of the most important criteria, so engineers chose a proprietary bare die CMOS imaging chip from Micron Technology. For more information on Micron bare die vision sensors go to http://rbi.ims.ca/4919-542.
Many of the new adhesives we're featuring in this slideshow are for use in automotive and other transportation applications. The rest of these new products are for a wide variety of applications including aviation, aerospace, electrical motors, electronics, industrial, and semiconductors.
Engineers throughout the US are in the midst of celebrating Engineers Week. But the celebration extends beyond the country’s borders, and even beyond the Earth itself; the crew of the International Space Station joined the festivities, too!
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