Lens adapters from Resolve Optics Ltd. are characterised by their ability to change the field of view or image format of the lenses they are designed for, while maintaining high resolution, distortion-free images.
Since there is always a need for a majority of the batteries to be recharged, scientists are finding ways to make use of ambient lighting as a possible source for producing small amounts of power for indoor devices.
Andor Technology and Imaris, subsidiaries of Oxford Instruments and world leaders in scientific imaging and spectroscopy solutions, have today announced the three visually stunning and scientifically captivating entries to win first place in the 2021 Insight Awards Scientific Imaging Competition.
On 1 August, the shareholders of IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH appointed Alexander Lewinsky to the management board.
A new X-ray imaging technique has been identified by researchers from the University of Turku based on the coloring abilities of the natural mineral hackmanite.
At the Samueli School of Engineering from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), electrical engineers have come up with a highly efficient method of converting light from one wavelength to another.
Teledyne is pleased to announce its new IsoPlane® 320A (Advanced), a new spectrograph in its award-winning, aberration-corrected IsoPlane series.
People might visualize crystals as perfect structures, but they are usually plagued with “defects.” The interesting fact about these defects is that they often appear as a result of atoms experiencing reorganization to reduce the system’s energy and achieve stability.
Optical Surfaces Ltd reports how it is machining and polishing high precision Fibre Optic Channel Plates (FOCP) for an X-ray shielding application.
Generating mechanical motion in crystals using light or heat has increasingly become the focus of materials scientists.
Introducing Ensenso S, camera manufacturer IDS Imaging Development Systems shows that the use of industrial-grade 3D technology does not have to be expensive.
A new optogenetic tool, a protein that can be controlled by light, has been characterized by researchers at Ruhr-Universität Bochum.
Electromagnetic waves in the terahertz regime contribute to important applications in communications, security imaging, and bio- and chemical sensing. Such wide applicability has resulted in significant technological progress.
Thermal-imaging sensors that detect and capture images of the heat signatures of human bodies and other objects have recently sprung into use in thermostats to check facial temperatures in a contactless attempt to screen for COVID-19 at several building entrances.
In the depths of space, there are celestial bodies where extreme conditions prevail: Rapidly rotating neutron stars generate super-strong magnetic fields.