Newsletter | September 2, 2023

09.02.23 -- August's Most Popular Articles & News


3 Novel Uses Of Lasers

Novel uses of lasers continue to expand as researchers discover new ways to harness their properties and develop innovative applications across various industries.


3D Machine Vision: One Small Step For Robots, A Giant Leap For Factory Automation

Article | Canon USA, Inc. Optoelectronic Components

3D machine vision systems “see,” analyze, and make decisions to meet production requirements of high accuracy, high speed, and low maintenance while also being durable enough to withstand factory conditions.

Filter Specs Vs. Functional Specs – The Pitfall Of Double Margining

Article | Iridian Spectral Technologies

In designing a filter solution, the filter manufacturer takes the values requested by the user and adds additional design margin to account for both functional effects and filter manufacturing effects such as edge steepness, nonuniformity, and wavelength targeting.

What Are Diode Lasers And Where Do We Use Them?

Article | Gentec Electro-Optics, Inc.

For most people, when you hear the term diode, it automatically refers to LED lighting. Although most of the time you are probably right, diodes don’t have to emit light and can be used in a multitude of devices.


Zygo Announces Uniquely Durable & Repeatable Salt Fog Silver Coating

New Metalens Lights The Way For Advanced Control Of Quantum Emission

CSU, Marvel Fusion To Build $150M Laser Facility Through Public-Private Partnership

University Of Chicago Scientists Invent Smallest Known Way To Guide Light

New Laser-Array Processor Could Vastly Improve AI Computing Efficiency


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