The field of transformation optics has developed a flexible framework for modifying the direction of light and its spatial properties.
Researchers detail how a technological advancement known as quantum dots could be the solution to some of these difficulties in a report published in Nano Research on August 26th, 2022.
Scientists created a new sort of high-efficiency photodetector based on the photosynthetic complexes used by plants to convert sunlight into electricity.
The FLEXPOINT® MVstereo laser module’s primary use is for machine vision applications such as gesture recognition, depth sensing and volume measurement. It delivers an output power up to 100 mW for 660 nm and 130 mW for 830 nm while at the same time being a class 1 laser. It also offers an adjustable focus without removing any of the optics.
Visualize a smartphone automatically starting to charge as users enter an airport or grocery shop. Thanks to a new wireless laser charging technology that resolves some of the issues that have impeded earlier attempts to create secure and practical on-the-go charging systems, this might become a reality one day.
If one wishes to use light efficiently, whether, in photosynthesis or a photovoltaic system, it must be absorbed completely.
A research team from Florida State University has discovered a new method for generating blue light from a family of materials that has tremendous potential for optoelectronic devices, such as solar cells, light-emitting diodes (LEDs), and lasers.
The classification of geometric structures in mathematics gave rise to topology, which has since then dominated a number of disciplines of physics, including topological acoustics, topological optics, topological circuits, etc.
Working with highly-stable materials such as fused quartz and Zerodur, Optical Surfaces is routinely able to produce reference and transmission flats with a surface accuracy of better than lambda/20 p.v. and surface roughness of less than 1 nm.
To find the most suitable denoising method for LiDAR signals, a study published in Sensors compared various single and joint denoising algorithms. The result indicates that the WT-VMD joint algorithm has the best noise reduction effect, the highest signal-to-noise ratio, and can increase LiDAR signal inversion accuracy.