Shortwave infrared (SWIR) cameras are ideal for high-temperature processes due to high sensitivity to shorter IR wavelengths between visible light and 3 µm and their new temperature measurement capabilities.
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By Alexander Auer and Ralf Jungmann,PCO-TECH Inc.
The recently introduced super-resolution method DNA-PAINT is based on transient DNA-DNA interactions. This white paper discusses the DNA-PAINT microscopy technique and how sCMOS cameras are well-suited for these kinds of measurements.
Progress in understanding the lipid bilayer — a two-molecule thick oily barrier that protects all living cells — has been dramatic over the past 100 years. But puzzles remain to be solved, such as how these membrane proteins navigate the oily lipid bilayer to go about their work.
This white paper covers the use and benefits of SWNTs in a wide range of applications. Examples are offered on how cooled scientific SWIR InGaAs cameras are used to enable innovative technologies for luminescence-based imaging of nanotubes.
Human-factors engineering (HFE) is gaining increasing attention, especially in the context of medical device product development. As technologies evolve, therapies advance, and devices become more complex, so does the role of HFE increase in priority.
By Naomi Shisaike,Canon USA, Inc. Optoelectronic Components
3D machine vision systems “see,” analyze, and make decisions to meet production requirements of high accuracy, speed, and low maintenance while also being durable enough to withstand factory conditions.