Optical clocks, which use lasers and atomic vibrations to measure the passage of time, are considered the most accurate type of clock - how exactly do they work?
Graphene displays a range of unique mechanical, electronic and optical properties as a result of its unique structure. Here, we explore how confinement in 2D dimensions results in the unique optical properties of graphene, and how changes in its structure can be used to tune its optical properties.
In this article, we look at how biological structures have inspired scientists to create and mimic the polarization sensors found in nature.
This means that there are thousands of different types of lasers which are divided into different types according to the lasing medium they use.
Waveguides are used in everything from the transmission of sound waves to optical communications. Every application that uses a waveguide requires a waveguide with a specifically designed structure, as this it what determines the waveguide’s function.
How is LiDAR used in Driverless Cars?
By Kerry Taylor-Smith
Spectral Fiber Sensors for Cancer Diagnostics
From art photonics GmbH
Multivariate Calibration for the Analysis of Metabolites in Cell Culture Media
From Tornado Spectral Systems
Westmead gets Super Resolution Imaging Capabilities and More
Introducing PI-MTE3 Large-Format CCD Cameras for In-Vacuum, Soft X-Ray Applications
From Princeton Instruments
Basler establishes joint venture with Chinese distributor Beijing Sanbao Xingye (MVLZ)
From Basler AG
Optical Metamixer Produces Light in Eleven Separate Colors from Two IR Beams
Single-Lens Macro Inspection of Printed Circuit Board Assemblies
From FLIR Systems
Motorised High Definition Zoom Lens for Nuclear Inspection
From Resolve Optics Ltd.
DNA Drives Creation of Lighter, Thinner Optical Displays
Novel Laser Communications Transceiver to Expand Space-to-Ground Communication
New, Deep-Cooled, Ultra-Large-Format SOPHIA® CCD Cameras Leverage Unique Optical Design!
Machine vision often uses polarizing cameras, but in this interview AZoM talks to Xing-Fe He about Teledyne DALSA's ability to capture images in multiple polarizable states.
Mark Campito and Vincent Forte
AZoOptics speaks to Marktech Optoelectronics' CEO, Mark Campito, and CTO, Vincent Forte about their new eBook, which details their latest evolution in the process of creating a custom emitter, detector, or assembly.
AZoSensors spoke to Corey Fellows, Director of Sales at Lumenera Corporation about the their new P-Iris system, it's applications and how it is an improvement on the functionality of the DC-Series.
Tip Biosystems offer Photopette®, a one-of-a-kind spectrophotometer. With an innovative optical system, disposable measurement tip (CuveTip™), and seamless integration with cloud, web and mobile systems, this device can provide photometric measurement of liquid samples at ultra-fast speeds.
HÜBNER Photonics has recently released the Cobolt Skyra™, which is a revolutionary multi-line laser platform that is expected to play a significant role in supporting the next generation of compact and easy-to-use analytical instruments for the life science market.
The U-651? is one of the lowest profile rotary tables in the market, and is complemented by a high-performance model offering over 88 times the position resolution of the present version.
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