Navitar has expanded their Low Mag Video Lens line to include twenty-seven new Megapixel, Compact and Wide-angle fixed focal length lenses. Perfect for Machine Vision applications, these new lenses have an innovative optical design and offer excellent resolution at an affordable price.
Verizon is bringing new ideas and products to the subscription TV marketplace as it celebrates the second anniversary of Verizon FiOS TV this week and as customers and industry analysts alike praise the all-fiber-optic TV service.
The EPB board voted unanimously on Friday morning to approve the ambitious $210 million program that would put the city-owned agency in the cable TV business.
The Fred Hollows Foundation says it wants to see an end to treatable eye disease in central Australia.
Childhood vaccination for the rubella virus may have also almost entirely eliminated an inflammatory eye disease from the U.S.-born population, according to a study by researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Technology that can detect tumour cells by scanning surface veins with a laser, eliminating the need for drawing blood, has been developed by Purdue University researchers.
DILAS, the diode laser company, announces its high power vertical diode laser stack arrays. These devices are available in wavelength ranging from 630nm to 1900nm with output power up to 100W CW per bar.
The European Space Agency's (ESA) next big project is a step closer to being launch-ready, as scientists in Germany complete the "mating" of Herschel's two most fundamental modules, the cryostat and the service module.
The mobile world reaches its limits every time the power supply runs out. There must surely be huge market potential for devices that take their energy from the daylight just as effortlessly as we breathe oxygen from the air. Integrated solar modules can provide the solution. Integrated solar cells are already being used to power wrist watches and pocket calculators. But a significantly higher output is needed in order to feed power-hungry devices, such as cellphones or palmtops.
Samsung India Electronics Pvt. Ltd. has announced the launch of the largest commercially available full high-definition LCD TV in the Indian market. This Full HD LCD TV in 70-inch screen size is the first TV with LED SmartLightingTM technology that is being introduced in the Indian market.
Drivers at the George Washington Bridge and Holland Tunnel may not notice the change, but lights on those crossings to New York will soon be more environmentally friendly.
The Boeing Company, through its commercial launch business, has been awarded a contract to launch the third COSMO-Skymed commercial satellite for Thales Alenia Space Italia, the prime contractor of the Italian Space Agency.
Respironics, Inc. today announced that it has acquired 100% of the outstanding shares of Apollo Light Systems, Inc., a 20-year-old, privately held company and a leading manufacturer of light therapy systems for melatonin suppression and circadian rhythm sleep disorders.
Corning Cabling Systems in New York is claiming to have cured one of the biggest problems with fiber optic cabling, namely the loss of signal when the cabling is bent around corners.
Imagine Optic, a French developer of wavefront sensors and optical measurement equipment, is to lead a consortium committed to finding new applications for adaptive optics in bioimaging. The MICADO (Microscopy improved with Adaptive Optics) consortium is a 3-year project bringing together France's leading neuroscience and cellular imaging experts.