Optical Design & Engineering

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Optical mounts
Optical Design & Engineering, April 17, 2015
Siskiyou Corporation
Static real-time capture of 3D microscopy images
Optical Design & Engineering, April 16, 2015
Inserting a liquid lens at the aperture stop avoids mechanical movements in widefield microscopy.
Eliminating light leakage in a liquid crystal display
Optical Design & Engineering, April 16, 2015
Using pairs of orthogonal wave plates can eliminate light leakage from liquid crystal displays to allow higher-quality dark images.
SPIE Prague event highlighted by Krausz plenary, ELI details
Optical Design & Engineering, April 14, 2015
SPIE Newsroom14 April 2015
High-numerical-aperture lens-free on-chip imaging using synthetic aperture
Optical Design & Engineering, April 13, 2015
A new lens-free on-chip microscope, which adopts a synthetic aperture approach, achieves a half-pitch resolution of 250nm with an effective numerical aperture of ?1.4 and a wide field of view (over 20mm2).
Tactical airborne gimbal system
Optical Design & Engineering, April 08, 2015
IJK Controls
Thermal imaging assemblies
Optical Design & Engineering, April 07, 2015
LightPath Technologies
Quantum-like polarization metrology with classical light
Optical Design & Engineering, March 19, 2015
Light beams with nonuniform polarization patterns with the same properties as entangled quantum systems can perform tasks that are commonly believed impossible in classical optics.
First solid-state cooling below 100K
Optical Design & Engineering, March 13, 2015
Advances in material purity and laser light absorption offer new possibilities for vibration-free cryogenic cooling.
Screen-free display formed using retro-reflector
Optical Design & Engineering, March 03, 2015
An aerial display on which signage pops up has been realized using retro-reflective sheeting, an LED panel, and a half mirror.
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