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  1. High-Speed Cameras Make Sound Visible And Improve Noise Absorbers
    7/26/2016

    It is extremely important for the airline industry and its research groups to support and develop noise reduction strategies not only to limit hearing impairment, but also reduce various diseases like high blood pressure or stomach ulcers. One approach for inhibiting the noise of aircraft engines includes the application of bias flow liners. In order to better understand this approach, sound waves need to be made visible.

  2. Explosives Engineering: High Speed Imagery For Research And Experimentation
    7/26/2016

    Using high-speed imaging is the best way to understand how to apply explosives to accomplish objectives with the best results in industries ranging from construction to mining to defense. Vision Research is in collaboration with the Colorado School of Mines in order to develop a university-level short course on high-speed imaging and its use and benefits while experimenting with explosives and ballistic applications.

  3. High-Speed Digital Cameras Facilitate Revolutionary Research In Diagnosing Voice Disorders
    7/26/2016

    Voice disorders are unfortunately not as uncommon as most people would think. Around 7.5 million Americans have trouble using their voice every day, and not enough is known about this subject to understand how to prevent these disorders. Dr. Deliyski, a researcher at the University of South Carolina’s Arnold School of Public Health, is committed advancing the scientific understanding of the human voice and plans to develop a new methodology to help diagnose voice disorders. With the help of Vision Research, this study explores the movements of human vocal folds through laryngeal high-speed video-endoscopy (HSV).

  4. Combining Fiber Lasers And Streak Cameras For Ultrastable Time-Resolved Photoluminescence Spectroscopy
    7/26/2016

    In order to get crucial insight into ultrafast processes in semiconductors, fluorescent biomolecules, and organic compounds, experts will use time resolved fluorescence spectroscopy. This application note demonstrates an experiment with this technique through combining an ultra-stable TOPTICA femtosecond fiber laser and a Hamamatsu streak camera to accurately derive the fluorescence decay constants of the dye IR 820 in different solvents. The system is easily adapted to a broad spectral range by using frequency converted fiber lasers in the FemtoFiber pro series.

  5. Ultrafast FemtoFiber Laser Brochure
    7/26/2016

    The new FemtoFiber laser systems from TOPTICA are completely fiber based lasers for life science, time-domain terahertz spectroscopy, attosecond science, and other material processing applications. The engines of the FemtoFiber lasers are made up of a saturable absorber mirror (SAM) mode-locked ring oscillator and a Master Oscillator Power Amplifier (MOPA) platform which is based on an all-fiber setup based completely on polarization-maintaining fibers.

  6. Ultrafast FemtoFiber Lasers
    7/26/2016

    The new FemtoFiber laser systems from TOPTICA are completely fiber based lasers with a master oscillator and amplifier that are integrated with ultrafast laser technologies. These lasers include the FemtroFiber ultra, FemtoFiber pro, FemtoFiber smart series, as well as the FemtoFiber dichro, which are choice solutions for life science, time-domain terahertz spectroscopy, attosecond science, and other material processing applications.

  7. aeroPULSE Ultrafast High Power Picosecond Fiber Lasers Datasheet
    7/25/2016

    The aeroPULSE product portfolio is made up of ultrafast high power fiber lasers that are based on NKT Photonics’ Crystal Fiber platform. Each commercial system is all-fiber, highly integrated, has a compact form factor, and is a complete self-contained platform. The system is configured with a 19” rack-mountable control unit and a very low profile laser head that can be mounted either horizontally or vertically.

  8. aeroPULSE Ultrafast High Power Picosecond Fiber Lasers
    7/25/2016

    The aeroPULSE product portfolio is made up of ultrafast high power fiber lasers that are based on NKT Photonics’ Crystal Fiber platform. Each commercial system is all-fiber, highly integrated, has a compact form factor, and is a complete self-contained platform. aeroPULSE is available with either 10 or 40W output power emitting at 1035nm, and is available at other wavelengths on request.

  9. Introductory Course On Cougar SWIR Cameras And Dark Current Measurements
    7/21/2016

    This video course will provide an overview of Xenics’ cooled family of Cougar cameras, the dark current associated with the Cougar, and the influence of target temperature and emissivity on the dark current measurements.

  10. Thermography Crash Course
    7/21/2016

    This course is an introductory session from Xenics Infrared Solutions for companies stepping into the thermography world. In this session, viewers will be made aware of basic IR concepts within infrared reflected light, thermal imaging, and thermography technologies, and the criteria and measurements involved with each of them.