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14 Aug 19
NvisionVLE platform receives further FDA approval

NinePoint Medical instrument cleared for use in the pancreas and bile duct.

13 Aug 19
IPG Photonics and Brose developing auto part laser-welding

First direct weld method for car seat components; increases manufacturing efficiency.

13 Aug 19
Samsung launches first 108MP image sensor for smart phones

Electronics giant says it is taking mobile photography “to the next level”.

07 Aug 19
Aberration compensation assists accurate retinal imaging

University of Washington project should benefit studies of color perception and vision testing.

30 Jul 19
Light-controlled microcapsules promise strong gut reactions

Caltech project uses photoacoustic-guided and infrared-activated micromotors for drug delivery in the intestines.

28 Jul 19
Allied Vision and Antmicro agree image processing partnership

To provide joint offering for modular embedded vision and edge AI systems.

24 Jul 19
Trumpf kit makes laser-printed implants for spinal surgery

Customer in Russia plans to ramp production of titanium alloy cages used as treatment for herniated discs and degenerative spinal injuries.

23 Jul 19
Inspection tool sees 'invisible' VCSEL wafer defects

Phase shift deflectometry technique locates the topographical defects that other optical metrology tools cannot.

23 Jul 19
Infrared imaging spectrometer en route to the Moon will look for water

Indian space agency launches Chandrayaan-2, featuring Lynred-built hardware to search for lunar water.

23 Jul 19
Nanolive imaging platform offers long-term live-cell imaging

Technology developed at EPFL uses refractive index information to compile 3D images of cells.

17 Jul 19
Hyundai Mobis develops Driver State Warning technology

Eye tracking, facial recognition system to be applied to commercial vehicles in Korea to boost safety.

09 Jul 19
Metasurface gratings offer new route to polarization imaging

Harvard SEAS develops compact camera platform for machine vision and other uses.

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