At the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), scientists have employed sophisticated light detectors, next-generation atomic clocks, and a measurement tool known as a frequency comb to increase the stability of microwave signals by 100 times.
How the ICESat-2 Earth-Observing Laser Scanner Measures Ice Sheet Elevation
By Brett Smith
Advantages of Using a Vertically Integrated Optical Systems Supplier
From Corning Incorporated - Advanced Optics
Measuring Symmetric Aberrations in Aspheric Surfaces
Mid-Wave Infrared Continuous Zoom Development
Ultraviolet LEDs and their Role in COVID-19 Decontamination
By Rebecca Ingle, Ph.D
The Role of Edge Pass Filters in Raman Spectroscopy
From Iridian Spectral Technologies
Advanced Tools Considerably Increase the Stability of Microwave Signals
Imaging Technique Acquires 3D Data of Impressionist-Style Oil Paintings
Radiant Presents at the 2020 AWE Online Conference and Expo Introducing AR/VR Display Test Systems that Replicate Human Vision within Headsets
From Radiant Vision Systems
New UV Light Sterilizer Technology Could Rapidly Disinfect Surfaces, Indoor Air
Radiant Vision Systems Introduces New VIP™ (Vision Inspection Pack) Software License
Clean Air Series: UVC Lighting that Actively Reduces the Bacterial and Viral Charge
Protect Your Assets: New Thermal Imaging Camera Enables Highly Accurate Human Body Temperature Measurements in COVID-19 Fever Screening
From Micro-Epsilon USA
Autofocussing Electronic Autocollimator
From Laser Components (UK) Ltd.
Optical Fibers Tool to Monitor Glacier Movement and Composition
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 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.
The SE-2000 is a spectroscopic ellipsometer with rotating compensator optics.