ApNano Materials, Inc., a provider of nanotechnology-based products, today announced a new line of nanotechnology-based non-reflective, optically black coatings. The new coatings will be used, in the first phase, in solar energy systems and optical application such as high performance optics and lenses.
The University of Warwick research team led by Professor Nick Dale and Professor Elizabeth Jones from the University of Warwick’s Biological Sciences Department have published their work today, 25th October 2007, in Nature in a paper entitled Purine-mediated signaling triggers eye development.
From cosmetic to brain surgery, intense beams of coherent light are gradually replacing the steel scalpel for many procedures.
Researchers at Cornell University for the first time have integrated optical functions with microfluidic ones, enabling the sorting of particles by light. Reported in the Oct. 29 issue of Optics Express, due out Monday, ...
Drawing upon a team of highly experienced team of optical designers, engineers, and skilled production staff, Optical Surfaces Ltd. is today a recognised leader in the design and production of high precision large-size optical units and components for space observation systems.
Specialists in machine vision and inspection - Moritex has announced the introduction of the new and unique ML-0310VF Variable Focus Macro Lens.
Cedip Infrared Systems, specialists in thermal IR camera systems, has announced the October 2007 issue of 'Through the Lens' an e-newsletter dedicated to technological innovations and applications advances in Infrared Imaging.
Moritex has announced a new and informative guide entitled 'Choosing a borescope for your application' for engineers and technicians tasked with quality inspecting internal structures and surfaces of manufactured parts for defects.
Cedip Infrared Systems has announced VILGA - an advanced video tracking and image processing package for applications including maritime and aerial surveillance, missile evaluation and trajectory measurements.
A small low-priced 3-D CMOS camera is set to capture the attention of the security technology market: It is equally suitable for blind-spot monitoring in cars and for controlling access to buildings. The camera’s core component is a high-performance light sensor.
Exar Corporation announced the release of a highly-integrated LED flash and backlight combination, the SP7682. With a 500mA channel supporting high brightness LED flash, combined with four-channel backlight functionality in a space saving 3x3mm package, the SP7682 targets the most complex high resolution camera/cell phone designs today.
JDSU today announced the industry's first handheld, battery-powered tunable laser source, the TLS-55 Smart Optical tester. Designed to support ROADM network test applications, the tester is fully compatible with the JDSU optical spectrum analyzer for the T-BERD/MTS-8000, which uses a new, highly accurate method for measuring the true optical signal-to-noise ratio (OSNR) in Reconfigurable Optical Add/Drop Multiplexer (ROADM) networks.
U.S. Army researchers are canvassing U.S. industry and colleges to determine if anyone is capable of fitting a high-energy laser drill to a humvee land vehicle and using it to penetrate 8 to 12 inches into dense material from distances as far away as 320 feet.
Amphenol Fiber Systems International (AFSI) is pleased to announce that it is now certified by Naval Surface Warfare Center-Dahlgren, VA as a provider of Fiber Optic Measurement Quality Jumpers (MQJs) per NAVSEA Drawing 6877804. AFSI's MQJs have been specifically designed and tested to ensure accurate and reliable measurements with all qualified M28876 and M83522 products.
As part of its ongoing commitment to expand the applications of adaptive optics in bioimaging, Imagine Optic will spearhead the MICADO (MICroscopy improved with ADaptive Optics) consortium that will unite France’s leading experts in the fields of neuroscience and cellular imaging to develop new technology for detecting and treating neurological disorders.