LCA-Vision Inc., a leading provider of laser vision correction services under the LasikPlus(R) brand, announced the opening of its 75th LasikPlus(R) vision center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America's Presentation Products Division, known for its award-winning, high-quality presentation and display products, has announced its 500 family of projectors that boast Texas Instruments' new DDP 2230 DMD chip with DLP® technology and the latest version of BrilliantColor(TM).
Latest Australian research into myopia or shortsightedness reveals that people who wear glasses are not stereotypical geeks or nerds.
New York University biologists have mapped the medulla circuitry in fruit flies, setting the stage for subsequent research on how color vision is processed.
IDT (Integrated Device Technology, Inc.), a leading provider of essential mixed signal semiconductor solutions that enrich the digital media experience, today announced the availability of a DisplayPort receiver and timing controller (TCON) device for inclusion in flat panel displays for monitors, notebooks, and LCD TV displays.
The AES Corporation and Riverstone Holdings LLC today announced that they have committed up to $1 billion as part of a new joint venture to develop a global platform of utility-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) projects.
Planar Systems, Inc., a worldwide leader in specialty display solutions, today announced the new Planar LX Mariner series.
For the first time ever, OLEDs and OLED-on-CMOS integration offer the possibility to integrate highly efficient light sources with photo detectors on a single CMOS chip. This enables monolithically integrated optoelectronic applications based on standard silicon.
DOMINANT is now offering a new series of miniature SMD LED. These Mini DomiLED devices are designed to provide compact, high-power solutions for automotive and industrial applications.
The record for the most amount of information sent by a single photon has been broken by researchers at the University of Illinois. Using the direction of "wiggling" and "twisting" of a pair of hyper-entangled photons, they have beaten a fundamental limit on the channel capacity for dense coding with linear optics.
A new technique for assessing the damage radiation causes to DNA indicates that the spatial arrangement of damaged sites, or lesions, is more important than the number of lesions in determining the severity of the damage.
Winchester Electronics has a new family of Non-Magnetic Combination D-Subminiature connectors designed for medical systems, such as MRI machines, that require non-magnetic coils.
Innolume, a leading provider of quantum-dot (QD) laser diodes and modules covering the 1050 nm to 1320 nm spectrum, today announced that it will begin sampling its ground-breaking semiconductor laser, the InnoComb.
Home Skinovations Ltd. announced today that the Silk'n(TM) device was cleared by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for home-based removal of unwanted hair under the direction of a physician.
According to IMV Medical Information Division's recent census of CT sites in the U.S., an estimated 68.7 million CT procedures were performed in 7,640 hospital and non-hospital sites in 2007. This represents an average annual growth rate of ~8% since 2003, when an estimated 50.1 million procedures were performed.