|Metasurface gratings offer new route to polarization imaging 09 Jul|
Harvard SEAS develops compact camera platform for machine vision and other uses.
|Quanergy lidar sensors land security mission 09 Jul|
Installation in South Korea to be completed in several phases, says Silicon Valley firm.
|Trumpf platform brings high productivity to denture manufacture 03 Jul|
Cadspeed uses Trumpf system to accelerate manufacture and improve quality.
|Partnership to enable ‘plug-and-play’ 3D facial recognition 02 Jul|
AMS, Megvii working to develop ID system in smart devices for home, retail, security applications.
|LASER 2019: German firms tout auto lidar components 25 Jun|
|LASER 2019: Tributes for retiring Poprawe as he considers industrial laser trends 24 Jun|
|LASER 2019: sector analysis shows climate-protection potential 24 Jun|
|Photoacoustic radar offers route to spotting arterial plaque 21 Jun|
|Photonic methods can stop mass-killing of male chicks 20 Jun|
|Photopharmacology offers light-controlled drugs and therapies 19 Jun|
|II-VI launches high-power Laser Light cables for blue beams 19 Jun|
|Trumpf targets aerospace at Le Bourget 18 Jun|
|Hamamatsu light-sheet cytometer promises faster cell culture analysis 11 Jun|
|Laser head to combine cut and weld functions with additive manufacturing 07 Jun|
|LightOx and CPI partner for development of anti-cancer treatments 05 Jun|
|Protolabs extends production capabilities for its metal 3D laser printing 05 Jun|
|'LookThru' hi-res transparent OLED display launches at InfoComm 03 Jun|
|NIR sensor targets AR/VR eye-tracking, facial ID security 30 May|
|Powerful new pulsed laser to boost car production 29 May|
|OCT imaging with AI screening improves retinal diagnosis 22 May|
|Luminar lidar to hit the road in 2022 with 'sub-$1000' price tag|
Launch of 'Iris' product sketched out as Californian startup passes $250 million funding milestone.
|Lumedica looks to fine-tune low-cost OCT system with SBIR grant|
Duke University spin-out wins Phase II funding to further develop device for clinical applications in low-resource settings.
|NASA goes retro with new lunar optics|
On the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing, NASA backs a plan to deploy more retroreflectors on the lunar surface.