The exhibition at Photonics West 2012 provided a good opportunity to catch up on the latest innovations in imaging technologies. Here, optics.org presents some highlights.
Web-based system measures yield, output power and voltage; reveals faults; delivers reports and benchmarking.
Advances in laser diode design mean Oclaro supports highest power and broadest wavelength range.
Heavily funded start-up employs vertically integrated strategy based on use of gallium nitride substrates for LED lighting.
Northrop Grumman and BAE Systems have won contracts for the technology development phase of the countermeasures program.
UK company launches 2μm fiber couplers and polarization scrambler, leads EU MODE-GAP next-gen network project.
This 5.4 megapixel microdisplay gives SXGA resolution in full color but for half the power.
Historic semiconductor firm acquires GaN-on-silicon technology with buy-out of Cambridge start-up CamGaN.
Maritime force is first international navy to buy the mine-sweeping technology developed by Northrop Grumman.
Pitch from CEO of Portugal-based LaserLeap Technologies wins Jenoptik-sponsored biophotonics competition.
Plenary talk at biophotonics conference shows dynamic in vivo imaging of synapses in a living mouse brain.
Biophotonics conference highlights potential for coherence imaging to pick up signs of cancer in early stages.
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