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University of Glasgow scientists create 3D images with single-pixel detector

05/17/2013

Glasgow, Scotland--A group at the University of Glasgow has created a single-pixel imaging setup that captures 3D images.

Labsphere light measurement software available

05/07/2013

Integral Light Measurement Software runs on a company-supplied Cube and can be accessed globally from multiple devices using any HTML5-enabled browser and any language.

OptiPro aspheric profilometer data analysis software available

04/25/2013

OptiTrace aspheric profilometer data analysis software offers multiple profile loading and 3D surface reconstruction for detailed surface analysis of precision optics.

LASER WORLD OF PHOTONICS PREVIEW: A global trade fair and technical congress: LASER World of Photonics

04/10/2013

The place to be in May is Munich, where the industry's vendors, institutes, and visitors gather to network, see new products and solutions, and learn about the latest trends in photonics technologies and applications.

Computer simulations reveal roadblock to successful laser-driven fusion

04/03/2013

Columbus, OH--The viability of laser-driven fusion has been brought into serious question by computer simulations on laser-plasma interaction at the Ohio Supercomputer Center.

Security conscious

04/01/2013

According to the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), an industry group, the economic benefits of integrating unmanned aerial systems into the US national airspace will be substantial.

Final call for CLEO/LFW Innovation Awards submissions

03/26/2013

Washington, DC--The deadline for the CLEO/LFW Innovation Awards is March 27; don't miss your chance to maximize exposure for your CLEO exhibited products.

SOFTWARE: DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING: Adaptive software eases camera lens-to-sensor alignment

03/01/2013

Software algorithms gather feedback from an active lens-to-sensor alignment process to adapt and improve camera performance for more efficient cycle times.

Spectroscopy software from Photon Control calculates and logs peak profile parameters

02/28/2013

SpecSoft Pro software communicates with spectrometers through a USB 2.0 high-speed connection.

Applied Image digital imaging analysis addresses standardization needs

02/27/2013

The Imaging Gauge quality analysis system addresses the growing need for standardization of digital imaging systems, with software and test targets to assess camera system quality.

Leica Microsystems research microscopy software optimized for fluorescence imaging

01/24/2013

The LAS AF 3 (Leica Application Suite Advanced Fluorescence) research microscopy software includes a modern user interface optimized for fluorescence imaging.

Spectroscopy software from Avantes features multimonitor setups

01/11/2013

AvaSoft 8.0 Windows-based spectroscopy software is designed for use with the company’s miniature spectrometers.

3D holograms assist battle preparation

01/11/2013

Holographic maps developed by Zebra Imaging and sponsored by a US Army contract allow soldiers to view three-dimensional (3D) landscapes and cityscapes prior to entering a battle zone.

DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING: Practical design software eases asphere manufacturability

01/01/2013 Recent design methods and software advances make it much easier to design aspheric surfaces that actually work in production and test by considering manufacturability issues at the earliest possible stage in the design process.

Enter the CLEO/LFW Innovation Awards program and win an iPad3

12/20/2012

Washington, DC--CLEO exhibitors, now is the time to enter your new photonics product or service in the CLEO/LFW Innovation Awards program.

Head-mounted cameras help robots "socialize"

12/13/2012

Pittsburgh, PA--Carnegie Mellon University researchers are using software and head-mounted cameras to provide social information otherwise impossible for robots to grasp.

‘Recipe’ converts optical surface roughness into BRDF and PSD

12/04/2012

Converting raw optical surface profilometer data (describing surface roughness) into a bidirectional-scatter distribution function (BSDF) and a power-spectral-density (PSD) function can be prone to procedural mistakes.

TECHNOLOGY REVIEW 2012: Top 20 photonics innovations of 2012 light the way to future advances

12/01/2012

Senior editor John Wallace talks the tops in photonics, bringing you his picks for the twenty most interesting technology developments covered by Laser Focus World in 2012.

NASA looking at analog FFT signal processor for wavefront sensing

11/30/2012 Greenbelt, MD--NASA researcher Jonathan Pellish, a researcher at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, is working on a computing technology of yesteryear -- analog, rather than digital, data processing -- as an approach to more-q...

NASA looking at analog FFT digital processor for wavefront sensing

11/30/2012 Greenbelt, MD--NASA researcher Jonathan Pellish, a researcher at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, is working on a computing technology of yesteryear -- analog, rather than digital, data processing -- as an approach to more-q...

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