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23 Jun 21
German project enables automatic control of 100 lasers via the cloud

Fraunhofer ILT, RWTH Aachen develop data center to control and monitor industrial processing.

22 Jun 21
University of Washington turns still photos into videos

Deep-learning extrapolates movement from pixels of stationary image.

15 Jun 21
Arizona students to gain remote sensing experience with Labsphere mirror system

Field Line of sight Automated Radiance Exposure (FLARE) technique improves optical calibration for satellite and drone imaging.

15 Jun 21
Multi-spectral synthetic aperture sonar and 3D laser imager key to underwater AUV

Undersea cable inspection system developed by partnership of Dive Technologies and Kraken Robotics to start work later this year.

09 Jun 21
PACT creates in vivo 3D functional imaging of the brain

Latest advance from Caltech group demonstrates photoacoustic tomography as route to brain imaging.

09 Jun 21
OFC 2021 presents photonic innovations addressing ever-increasing data demand

Virtual conference running through 11 June 2021; optics.org selects key product launches and announcements.

09 Jun 21
LUCA device offers improved thyroid cancer screening

Platform developed by ICFO combines spectroscopy and ultrasound analysis.

03 Jun 21
Freeform optics instrument to help probe Venusian mysteries

'DAVINCI+' mission selected by NASA will investigate composition of Venus' atmosphere and whether the planet ever had an ocean.

01 Jun 21
Tunable lasers to monitor astronaut air for lunar landing

Dynetics wins NASA contract to produce laser air monitoring spectrometer system for Artemis III mission.

26 May 21
Hyperspectral imaging assists early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease

Imec clinical study identifies signs of plaque accumulation in the retina.

25 May 21
CEA Leti’s new autonomous imager uses ‘much less energy’ than conventional cameras

µWAI (Micro-WAY) sensor is designed for smart phones, smart appliances; its power consumption is typically 3-6 µW.

21 May 21
Laser cutting reduces hazardous waste when decommissioning nuclear reactor

With newly-developed approach, up to 95% less radioactively contaminated secondary waste is released.

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