Microelectronic Solutions for Digital Photography OpenCourseWare: The Open University's Free Undergraduate Optical Technology Class

Published Feb 11, 2009

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The Open University offers its 'Microelectronics Solutions for Digital Photography' course as OpenCourseWare (OCW). The course applies the technologies of extremely small particles and processes to the field of digital photography. The original course is designed for engineering students, particularly materials and electrical engineering students.

Microelectronic Solutions for Digital Photography: Course Specifics

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Microelectronic Solutions for Digital Photography: Course Description

Knowledge of molecular and atomic particles has produced not only personal computers for the average person, but also digital photography. Using molecular and atomic principles, modern digital cameras are able to capture a picture directly in a digital format. This course examines those principles and techniques that underpin digital photography. Specific topics includes CMOS detectors, MOS structures, photocapacitors and image capture specifications among other topics.

This OpenCourseWare includes lecture notes and self-assessment quizzes. If you're interested in taking this free course, visit the microelectronics in digital photography course page.

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