1st International Conference on Advanced Imaging

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We are pleased to announce that “The 1st International Conference on Advanced Imaging” will be held in June, 2015. Now the imaging technology sees a more complicated technological landscape than before: the combination of digitization and network expansion makes technology fusion a necessity. Accordingly, we need to think about how the images should be in a variety of scenes. What are the best image displaying devices in a particular scene? How do we want to share information by using images? How do we recognize images?

The imaging technology is to explore the new horizons. Its use will not be limited to conventional business scenes. The imaging technology can now provide tools to inform you in countless situations. While you are in the traffic, what image information do you get? You can also choose different information devices whether you get information personally or share it in a group of people. You can see different modes of price tags or signs in a supermarket. You can display images in different modes in your living room. The imaging technology has huge potentials, e.g., highlighting the affected part in the Region of Interest in medical imaging, and using the technology for security purposes. By studying these possible scenes, we can further improve the technology to reach a new level of sophistication, when you may be able to choose the optimal image information efficiently wherever you will be.

Your active participation in this conference is more than welcome. We hope that fruitful discussions in this conference will lead to the incubation of new imaging technologies for the future.

 

For more information visit http://www.isj-imaging.org/event/ICAI2015/.

 

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