Including news from DRS Technologies, Sharp, Andor Technology, Jenoptik and more.
Organic electronics creates an image scanner that is the size and weight of a business card.
A single strand fiber laser emits more than 1kW of continuous wave power.
As long as people keep buying cell phones, unit LED shipments will continue to expand, but with increasing downward pressure on selling prices, it will be new applications of ultrahigh brightness sources that drive future market growth. Michael Hatcher reports.
Including news from Universal Display Corporation, Seiko Epson, Samsung, Sony and more.
The pick of this week's applications including a femtosecond fiber laser that could make eye surgery safer.
Low-cost microcavity emitters have been combined with an infrared detector to create a real-time vehicle exhaust sensor.
The supplier of optical networking subsystems announces a fresh round of cost cutting.
Ordinary cell phones can have 3D displays by covering the screen with a sheet of cellophane.
Including news from Toshiba, Sharp, ASML, Northrop Grumman, FLIR Systems and more.
The major Hollywood studios are split down the middle over next-generation DVD.
The pick of this week's applications including a blue-emitting phosphor for use in plasma display panels.
Swiss researchers demonstrate a convenient way to mass produce high-resolution x-ray optics.
Sony scientists say etching tiny holes in the top surface of a VCSEL is the key to high-power singlemode operation.
Including news from Jenoptik, Toshiba, Corning, BTG, Mitsubishi Electric and more.
Transparent TFTs fabricated by Japanese scientists could accelerate the development of flexible displays.
Taiwan's leader hopes that optoelectronics production will soon match the region's huge success in silicon manufacturing.
New York City gears up for Christmas by hanging LED-based snowflakes above its busy streets.