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  1. Designing A New Optical Projection Device For Military Pilots
    3/25/2015

    When the Department of Defense decided that their previous landscape flight simulators used to train pilots required too large of a display, too large of an enclosure space, and were starting to feel a bit antiquated in general, they went on the lookout for a helmet –mounted simulation solution to replace the traditional rear-projection screens they were using.

  2. Imaging In The Worst Possible Environment
    3/25/2015

    Trips to the dentist are rarely pleasant, and that unpleasantness can be compounded when the doctor needs a 3D model of your teeth.

  3. High Resolution IP67 LWIR Camera: Serval-640-GigE Datasheet
    3/24/2015

    Serval fulfils a growing demand for rugged and reliable end-user ready cameras for industrial imaging applications without the need for third-party enclosures.

  4. 4 Big Mistakes In Developing Photonics-Enabled Medical Devices
    3/24/2015

    Photonics components have become key enablers in the design and development of next-generation medical devices and diagnostics. This trend has its roots in mature imaging technologies like optical microscopy and endoscopy/colonoscopy, and is poised to accelerate through emerging applications such as optogenetics, laser ablation therapy, and optical coherence tomography (OCT), among many others. This white paper identifies four of the most common mistakes we see medical device manufacturers make when attempting to incorporate optics and photonics into their designs — and how to avoid them.

  5. High-Speed, Direct Drive Nanopositioners: Nano-OP Series Datasheet
    3/23/2015

    Mad City Labs’ Nano-OP series of high-speed nanopositioners are ideal for interferometry, nanomanipulation, high-speed lens focusing, fiber optics, and NSOM applications.

  6. High-Speed, Direct Drive Nanopositioners: Nano-OP Series
    3/23/2015

    This family of high-speed nanopositioners is comprised of three separate models with 30, 60, and 100µm ranges of motion. They can be configured into a wide variety of applications involving interferometry, nanomanipulation, high-speed lens focusing, fiber optics, and NSOM.

  7. Laser Marker/Designator Tracker: Warrior PRF Decoder Module Datasheet
    3/23/2015

    This laser marker and laser designator tracker can track and decode up to three simultaneous laser marker/designator sources and provides continuous tracking and decoding in both day and nighttime conditions out to 4 km.

  8. Laser Marker/Designator Tracker: Warrior PRF Decoder Module
    3/23/2015

    The Warrior PRF (pulse repetition frequency) decoder module is a field-ready laser marker and designator tracker designed for use with the Warrior HWH handheld or weapon/helmet mountable SWIR camera system. It features a SWIR focal plane array sensor , an overall size of 2.43 x 1.30 x 1.35 inches, and weighs less than 60 g.

  9. Portable NIR Spectrometer For Material ID and Composition Analysis
    3/23/2015

    The StellarCASE-NIR is a is a rugged and portable spectroscopy instrument that can be used for materials identification and composition analysis applications involving chemical/industrial, plastics/polymer sorting and recycling, agricultural product composition analysis, food and beverage quality control (for measuring fat and ingredient percentages,  and for detecting adulterants), and pharmaceutical and Nutraceutical identification studies. It can also be used in custom/OEM applications for those who want to develop their own portable analyzer.

  10. Portable Spectrometer For Material ID and Composition Analysis: StellarCASE-NIR
    3/23/2015

    StellarNet’s StellarCASE-NIR comes in a rugged, 6 x 11 x 13 inch case and has been designed to provide an “open-and-measure” solution for materials identification & composition analysis applications in chemical/industrial, plastics/polymer sorting &recycling, agricultural product composition analysis, food & beverage quality control & pharmaceutical & Nutraceutical identification studies.

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