- Electro-optical instrumentation;
- Single-chip electronic cameras, such as CMOS Active Pixel Sensors (APS);
- System and device level design;
- Applications such as space systems, industrial inspection, machine vision, and vision rehabilitation.
Richard Hornsey received his Bachelors, Masters and Doctorate degrees from Oxford University, England in various fields best described as Engineering Physics. In 1989/1990 he spent a year as a Visiting Researcher for Hitachi in Tokyo, Japan.
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