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Eliminating IR light reflection perceived by a steep viewing angle
I am having a problem with reflection on an acrylic surface, in the IR part of the spectrum. This reflection is interfering with an algorithm that looks at objects, as it makes two show up when only ...
Feb 24 '12 at 16:27
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