Researchers at the University of California San Diego have demonstrated the world's first laser based on an unconventional wave physics phenomenon called bound states in the continuum.
Natcore Technology Inc. has announced that it has increased the conversion efficiency of its latest demonstration solar cell to 19.4% by lowering the resistance from laser-formed contacts.
People with an interest in photography will know that a big camera is often necessary to obtain features such as a powerful zoom.
Specialised Imaging Ltd, the market leader in ultra-high speed imaging technology reports as of 1st October 2016 the formation of a new division - Wegapixel focusing on the design and development of advanced CMOS imaging sensors.
Choosing the Correct Coupler for Your Microscope Camera
From Lumenera Corporation
Using Lasers to Explore Quantum Information
From Toptica Photonics
Biophotonics: A Guide to Using Lasers in Life Sciences Research
Advanced High-Speed LWIR Camera
From FLIR Systems
Soraa’s LED Lamps Illuminate Historic Artifacts at Detroit Institute of Arts
New Laser Based on Unconventional Wave Physics Phenomenon Could Revolutionize Communications and Computing Applications
1064nm Narrow Linewidth Single Frequency Laser
Basler Presenting Camera Modules for Embedded Vision at Embedded World 2017
From Basler AG
New Optical Device Provides Detailed, Real-Time Pictures of Solar Activity
Dr. Wilhelm Kaenders
TOPTICA photonics have recently developed a new Guide Star Laser, the SodiumStar;, for the Very Large Telescope.
Spectral Measurements from the Rhea combine speed and accuracy which makes it prefect for the display, SSL and other transmissive measurements like glass, foils or even liquids.
The European nuClock project aims to produce the World’s first ever nuclear clock.
The UV and IR Interferometers offered by ZYGO are capable of interferometric optical testing from deep ultraviolet to far infrared.
ABB has more than 40 years of innovation and has been recognized as a globally leading company in spectroscopy.
The SENTERRA II microscope from Bruker Optics defines a new level of spectroscopic performance and user friendliness in the class of compact Raman microscopes.
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