Doug Malchow

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(Images courtesy of Dr. Cynthia Lee Darling, UCSF)
FIGURE 1. Researchers at University of California, San Francisco used Sensors Unlimited's GA1280J shortwave infrared (SWIR) camera to image the lesions on biting surfaces and between teeth. Occlusal images of one-day lesions for one sample were acquired with different filters: NIR reflectance images with crossed polarizers (a), 1300 nm (b), 1460 nm (c), and 1600 nm, along with visible reflectance image with crossed polarizers (d) and fluorescence (e).
Optical Coherence Tomography


Jan. 22, 2014
The first international symposium on optical coherence tomography (OCT) in dentistry highlighted the many advantages of optical diagnostics over current "gold standard" technologies...
FIGURE 1. The SWIR region is distinguished from the mid-wave IR at 3- to 5-µm and the long-wave IR over the 7- to 14‑µm waveband. Response curves are shown for detectors in the visible and the SWIR regions.
Detectors & Imaging

IR IMAGING: Short-wave IR offers unique remote sensing solutions

April 1, 2006
Today’s InGaAs cameras are small and ­lightweight, with high linearity, low power consumption, and ­excellent reliability.