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    Varioptic develops and sells optical Autofocus Solutions based on liquid lenses. Founded in 2002, Varioptic pioneered the development of Electrowetting Technology to create revolutionary auto focus...
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    Liquid Image, formerly known as Zocker Toys,develops and manufacturers products ranging from Digital Cameras to Sporting Goods and Toys. Liquid Image is the world's premiere vendor of sport cameras....
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    Norland Products Inc. began in 1960 as a manufacturer of specialized gelatin used in the electronics industry. The concept of its beginning was in these four parts: 1. Modern industry evolves on...
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    The latest technologies for scientific and industrial imaging and measurement. We develop and distribute products for a wide variety of application areas including data acquisition, automation,...
  • Article - 14 Oct 2011
    This invention discusses about an innovative approach to tunable optical devices. This invention comes under the categories, devices, photonics and optoelectronics.
  • Article - 21 Nov 2007
    The theory behind liquid lens is based on the properties of one or more fluids to create magnifications within a small amount of space. Liquid lens can be considered as "infinitely variables" lens...
  • News - 22 May 2019
    The automotive industry is one of the pioneers when it comes to exploiting optical silicones for lighting systems. In addition to this, LSR is also becoming increasingly important as a lens material...
  • News - 13 Feb 2019
    USB 3.1 Gen 1 board-level cameras from the uEye LE family from IDS are available as variants with the use and control of liquid lens lenses. The cameras focus in milliseconds on different object...
  • News - 19 Oct 2015
    A University of Leeds researcher is developing a new eye lens, made from the same material found in smartphone and TV screens, which could restore long-sightedness in older people. As people...
  • News - 27 Dec 2014
    Toshiba Corporation has developed a new technology for glasses-free 3D displays that uses a low-crosstalk(Note 1), high-definition LCD GRIN lens(Note 2) with a 15-inch 4K LCD panel(Note 3). The...