Photonics West Videos

  1. Optimization Of Workflow In High-Speed Cameras

    Chris Kerr of Vision Research presents a white paper that walks through different scenarios for different use models of high speed cameras, as well as different techniques for managing the procured data.

  2. Product Video: LineCam12 SWIR Linescan Camera

    This year at Photonics West, Martin Ettenberg with Princeton Infrared Technologies showed us the LineCam12 – a shortwave infrared camera with the lowest noise linear array available on the SWIR market. Watch the video for more information on the camera, and to see it in action.

  3. What Can You Do With SWIR Imaging?

    Doug Malchow with Sensors Unlimited - UTC Aerospace Systems discusses SWIR imaging and why you should care about it. Watch the video for information on SWIR technology and how it can benefit your research – particularly where military, security, and industrial applications are concerned.

  4. Product Video: Thin Film Coating Capabilities

    This year at Photonics West, Dan Bukaty Jr. with PG&O discussed his company’s thin film coating capabilities. Watch the video to learn about their ability to coat large optics (up to 600mm in diameter), as well as a new system that allows them to monitor optical coatings in real-time, which ensures individual layer index accuracy, and the ability to measure layer thickness down to 1nm.

  5. Product Video: 1.6 mm Chip-On-Tip Camera

    Toshiba Imaging Systems showed us the SV-1000 - a 1.6 mm chip-on-tip camera for endoscope and surgical instrumentation inspection. Watch the video to see it conduct a lumen inspection of a surgical cystoscope to better understand how it can help identify bioburden resins, debris, and other undesirables in surgical endoscope instruments.

  6. Product Video: Vayu LWIR HD Camera

    Chris Johnston with Sierra-Olympic introduced us to the Vayu HD camera – the only 2 megapixel longwave uncooled camera on the market. Watch the video to learn more about the camera, as well as a new partnership with DRS Technologies, and a new zoom lens.

  7. Product Video: HD Line Of Science-Grade Cameras

    On day one of Photonics West, Ross Overstreet with FLIR showed us three different science-grade HD cameras they were exhibiting at the show. First, we saw the X8500sc 1280x1024 high-speed MWIR camera, ideal for demanding military test range imaging applications like target scoring  and target signature.

  8. Cooled Vs. Uncooled Infrared Cameras

    Ross Overstreet with FLIR discusses the differences between uncooled and cooled infrared cameras.

  9. When And Why You Should Use SWIR

    Martin Ettenberg, with Princeton Infrared, gave us a breakdown on when and why you should use shortwave infrared imaging, and what this technology’s role can be as it relates to machine vision applications.

  10. Product Video: Achieving Laser Beam Consistency

    This year at Photonics West, Dan Ford with the Ophir Photonics Group talked to us about the importance of achieving laser consistency.