Maintaining fluorescence as dyes crystalize to form solids is a problem that has existed in materials for over 100 years. Now, a novel approach to tackling the issue and a revolutionary material could unlock a new age of optics.
Are Thermal Infrared Cameras Effective in Combating the Spread of COVID-19?
New Fluorescent Material Could Boost Optics Technology
By Robert Lea
Lumus and SCHOTT: The Future of Reflective Waveguides and Augmented Reality
By Ben Pilkington, MSt.
Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 with the CoronaOven
By Brett Smith
The Potential of the Pulsed Force Kelvin Probe Force Microscope
By Kerry Taylor-Smith
REYEDR's Holographic Heads-Up Display for Smarter and Safer Motorcycling
New OLED-Based Technique for Creating Ultrasound Images
Low-Cost Radiative Cooling System can Produce Energy at Nighttime
Researchers Create 2D Multifocal Optical-Resolution Photoacoustic CT System
Laser Light and X-Rays Help Reveal Water Behaves Like a Two-State Liquid
New Framework Enables Studying Detectability of UV Communication Systems
Dynamic Source Manufacturing Inc. (DSM) Installs Assure™ X-ray Component Counter from DAGE at Its Calgary, AB. Facility
From Nordson DAGE
Alluxa Develops Thin Films for COVID-19 Detection Devices
Google Healthcare Relies on BitFlow CoaXPress Frame Grabber for Augmented Reality Microscope
From Bitflow, Inc.
CSIRO’S Parkes Radio Telescope Added to National Heritage List
Reality in Virtual Reality Limited (RIVR) is a developer of Virtual Reality (VR) assets in both photo-realistic and 360 video virtual reality experiences.
Adam Brierly & Henry Orr
In this article, AZoOptics spoke to Brinell Vision about their infrared filters and how they are being used in astronomy and climate monitoring.
In this interview, Joe Wragg from LIG Nanowise, talks to AZoOptics about their range of Microsphere Enabled Lenses that can be used for Imaging Volcanic Mineralogy Samples.
The LT Series USB3 Cameras from Teledyne Lumenera are ideal for applications such as aerial imaging and robotic inspection.
The Tropel® UltraFlat™ 200 Mask System was designed specifically for the photomask industry, delivering the lowest measurement uncertainty.
This page details the capabilities of the pico™, a small-area LED solar simulator.