Newsletter | February 12, 2024

02.12.24 -- Hyperspectral Imaging And Agriculture (Or How To Pick The Perfect Pepper)


Hyperspectral Imaging And Agriculture (Or How To Pick The Perfect Pepper)

A method of classifying the ripeness of peppers using hyperspectral imaging was in the news recently but the technology has been a part of the agriculture industry for decades. Learn more about this non-invasive technique that can determine a pepper's firmness and a whole lot more.


How To Integrate OEM/ODM In Spectroscopic Devices

OEM/ODM services are ideal for organizations that require optics, spectroscopy, and/or photonics-related products and subsystems.

Spectral Bands: Why They Matter For Imaging Applications

Learn about light across the spectrum, its uses in the systems, the solutions that depend upon it, and how technology can pick and mix spectral bands to deliver optimal outcomes for specific purposes.


Using Optical Filters To Measure Earth From A Different Perspective

To maintain a healthy planet for humanity, we need to manage and understand natural and influenced phenomena. This requires measurement of their changes over time.

Using SWIR For OCT High-Resolution Imaging In Tissue

By using the 1.05 µm central wavelength, instrumentation companies are developing systems to image deeper through the retina into the blood vessel layer to diagnose eye diseases and monitor treatment.


Laser Photonics’ Circumferential Marking System Streamlines Automotive Manufacturing

Laser Research Optics Introduces CO2 Focusing Lenses For Cutting Thick Diamond Plate

Physik Instrumente Improves Photonic Coupling Acquisition Speed An Order Of Magnitude

Researchers Measure And Control Interactions Between Magnetic Ripples Using Lasers

SBU Research Team Takes Major Step Toward A Functioning Quantum Internet

A Physical Qubit With Built-In Error Correction

Scientists Create New ‘Spark Plug’ For Fusion Reactions

Reflections Without Mirroring: Novel Concept For Detecting Chiral Molecules

Multiverse Computing, Single Quantum Launch Materials Science Research Contract

ORCA Computing To Deploy Quantum Photonics Testbed To UK NQCC

Beam Me Up: Using Lasers To Detect Moth Migrations


How To Use Camera Lenses To Measure Large Laser Beams

In this video, Charles Dumas, international sales director at Gentec-EO, shows you how to use a camera lens to measure a large laser beam.


High-Power GaAlAs IRLED Illuminator: OD-669

The high-power gallium aluminum arsenide (GaAlAs) IRLED illuminator features a peak emission of 880 nm with an extremely wide angle of emission, ideal for covert aircraft lighting or covert anti-collision lighting in aviation applications.

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Benchmark SWIR Lenses: CUPRITE Series

This high-resolution C-mount SWIR lens with 25.4-mm image circle is designed for the 800 – 1,800 nm spectral range. With its robust mechanical design and locking screws for focus and iris, it maintains its high optical imaging performance even in harsh environments.

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