Despite media storm, InVisage to see limited adoption of its technology

InVisage (see the September 2, 2014 LRSnJ) recently launched its SparkP2 product, which is a high-definition (HD) near-infrared (NIR) camera sensor. This created a minor media storm about the technology's strength and prospects to disrupt incumbent solutions; the company even released a movie tha...

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