The advent of 3D machine vision technology and applications has opened up a wide range of new application spaces which had previously been inaccessible to traditional 2D camera imaging or scanning tools.
Using Raman Spectroscopy for Saliva Studies: A Review
By Rebecca Ingle, Ph.D
What is X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) and What Applications is it Used in?
Current and Future Raman Spectroscopy Applications
By Ben Pilkington
Mapping Li-ion Battery Degradation with X-Ray Diffraction
Using Ultrathin Nanostructured Coatings in Conventional Optics
Microscopy Techniques: An Overview
From Andor Technology Ltd.
New Concept to Convert Invisible Infrared into Visible Light
A Viable Strategy for Achieving Topologically-Protected, Localized Zero-Dimensional State for Light
The Viability of Meta-Optics for High-Quality, Full-Color Imaging
Researchers Achieve Experimental Quantum Superradiant Phase Transition Beyond No-Go Theorem
International Collaboration Yields a High-Speed Projector with Visible and Infrared Capabilities
Scientists Edge Closer to Probe that Would Inspect Atherosclerotic Plaques by Forcing Molecules to Sound Their Presence
Holographic System can Analyze Tens of Thousands of Cells Per Minute to Detect Signs of Disease
Two-Step Absorption Process Makes More Compact 3D Laser Printers
Robot-assisted system with Ensenso 3D camera for safe handling of nuclear waste
From IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH
Dr Martin Henneman
Professor David Amabilino
AZoOptics speaks to Professor David Amabilino about recent breakthrough research looking at how self-made fibers guide molecular movement using light.
In this interview, AZoOptics speaks to Rob Watkinson about the challenges for optical systems in nuclear inspection.
Optical Surfaces supply reference and coated flat mirrors worldwide and regularly supply precision alignment devices for optical and engineering purposes.
With incredible low noise imaging, the ORCA-Quest qCMOS camera is the perfect choice for quantitative imaging across all industries and optics needs.
Surface inspection for defects on the shop floor can be achieved with the 4D InSpec surface gauge.