Today, cameras are often more than just suppliers of images – they can recognise objects, generate results or trigger follow-up processes. Visitors to VISION Stuttgart, Germany, can find out about the possibilities offered by state-of-the-art camera technology at IDS booth 8C60.
CyberOptics® Corporation, a leading global developer and manufacturer of high-precision 3D sensing technology solutions will share a technical presentation at the Heterogeneous Integration Global Summit organized by SEMICON Taiwan.
Imperfect current propagation in the heart is at the root of most cardiac diseases. Thanks to a novel magnetocardiography technique developed in the MEXT Q-LEAP Flagship project with researchers from Tokyo Tech and the University of Tokyo, we can now image these currents at millimeter-scale resolutions.
NewTek Modern LVDTs are replacing legacy displacement sensors that are often too bulky to fit in space-restrictive applications and have demanding electrical requirements that waste energy and result in expensive power consumption.
Metalenz, the first company to commercialize meta-optics, and STMicroelectronics (NYSE: STM), a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, today announce that...
Resolve Optics has developed a custom 16 mm focal length fixed focus lens for a leading nuclear systems integrator.
Optical Surfaces Ltd. reports how its high precision reference flat mirrors are enabling testing and precise alignment of Earth observation satellite telescopes.
Optical Surfaces Ltd is an established supplier of large diameter mirrors, optical flats, windows, lenses, beam expanders and collimators to leading research establishments worldwide.
Optical Surfaces Ltd. is a leading supplier of off-axis parabolic and flat mirrors, the key optical elements in Infrared (IR) collimators commonly used for evaluating the performance of thermal imaging systems.
Optical Surfaces Ltd has been selected by the Gérard Mourou Center for Ultrafast Optical Science (CUOS) at the University of Michigan (USA) to provide beam expander optics for its ground-breaking Zettawatt-Equivalent Ultrashort pulse laser System (ZEUS).