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05 Dec 23
Doughnut-shaped laser beams help physicists see tiny objects

Colorado researchers use new method to view items not visible by regular microscopy.

05 Dec 23
Japan-led group achieves optical transmission of ultrawide signal at 115.2 THz

“World first” claimed by KDDI, Sumitomo Electric, Furukawa and OFS Labs; capability supports 6G developments.

05 Dec 23
Retina imaging spots signs of traumatic brain injury

University of Birmingham EyeD device combines Raman spectroscopy and fundus imaging.

05 Dec 23
Brilliance backed with €2M for PIC-based AR laser engines

Dutch startup secures investment from PhotonVentures and Oost NL; CTO due to discuss technology at SPIE AR/VR/MR event.

04 Dec 23
University of Sydney develops ‘Lego-like’ electro-optical chip architecture

Integrating electronics with photonics has applications in satellites, wireless, and 6G telecoms.

04 Dec 23
Dynamic liquid crystal lens research improves imaging quality

Taiwan’s Yang Ming Chiao Tung team solves problem of haze in VR and other applications.

04 Dec 23
Zeiss expands its super-resolution microscope range

Lattice SIM product family operates across all scales and applications.

30 Nov 23
Italian-led group creates photonic source for best beamshape for wireless networks

Milan, Glasgow, and Stanford university partners design chips to optimize light profile “for any environment.”

30 Nov 23
Baraja begins sampling novel lidar components

Startup makes available chips needed to build ‘random modulation continuous-wave’ sensors for automotive applications.

29 Nov 23
MIT observes multiple fluorescence signals from the same living cell

Temporal multiplex method tracks different emitters to image cellular responses.

29 Nov 23
Sony Semi launches 5.3MP SWIR image sensor for industry…

…and ams Osram launches RGB versions of high-power Ostar compact LEDs.

29 Nov 23
Northern Arizona University monitors biodiversity in US with space lidar

NASA’s ISS-borne GEDI laser mapping 3D structure of forests to determine biodiversity.

Imaging in Challenging Lighting Conditions — A Better Way 07 Sep

Teledyne Lumenera

Choosing just the right camera for a particular application can be difficult. Common cameras specifications that are normally considered include resolution and frame rate. However, lighting is an external factor that is potentially even more important to consider. This document highlights how high conversion gain (HCG) and low conversion gain (LCG) camera capabilities can be beneficial in challenging lighting conditions, along with examples of imaging applications where these challenges commonly occur.

Unlike emCCD or sCMOS intensified cameras allow for photon detection down to 4ns. Photon Lines’ partner, Excelitas PCO explains this exciting part of their range 16 May

Photon Lines / PCO

pco.dicam – a family of nine MCP image intensified camera systems offering extremely short exposure/shutter times. The choice of the photocathodes allows selection of spectral behaviour for different applications. Download the white paper here.

Improving Calibration Accuracy for High-End Spectroradiometers 06 Oct

ADMESY BV

Admesy introduces a groundbreaking calibration concept that surpasses the limitations of conventional calibration light sources.

Anti-reflective coatings for infrared applications on IG6 substrates 11 Oct

I-Photonics

Chalcogenide glasses, due to their unique optical properties, open new prospects for infrared optics in various fields of industry and science. This paper presents a technology that has been developed to overcome the long-term problems associated with the adhesion of coatings to glass and contributes to the development of more durable coatings.

2023 Technology Webinar Series

  • 12 – 14 Jun ~ Industrial Lasers & Materials Processing
  • 20 – 22 Sep ~ High speed imaging, CMOS sensor technology
  • 22 – 24 Nov ~ Photonics for life science applications

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