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Basler dart USB - Embedded Vision Camera Modules for Medical & Life Sciences

High-performance and sustainable with the Sony IMX392 and IMX334 sensors ✓ Space-saving and lightweight with 27 x 27 mm at 5 g in the bareboard version ✓ Easy to integrate and variable thanks to USB 3.0 interface and Basler pylon Camera Software Suite more

Imaging of technical gas flows

Gas flow imaging technique in cleanrooms and air conditioning applications without particle seeding ✓ Flexible field-of-views up to large scales ✓ Simple system setups more

Using Photonics in the Biology sector: Hamamatsu offers suitable light sources and detectors

Hamamatsu offers a whole product range from brand new micro-spectrometers the size of a finger tip to dedicated measurements systems more

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  • Breakthrough could enable cheaper infrared cameras

    There's an entire world our eyes miss, hidden in the ranges of light wavelengths that human eyes can't see. But infrared cameras can pick up the secret light emitted as plants photosynthesize, as cool stars burn and batteries get hot. They can see through smoke and fog and plastic. But infrared came more

  • Broadband achromatic metalens focuses light regardless of polarization

    We live in a polarized world. No, we aren't talking about politics -- we're talking about light. Much of the light we see and use is partially polarized, meaning its electric field vibrates in specific directions. Lenses designed to work across a range of applications, from phone cameras to microsco more

  • One of the world's fastest cameras films motion of electrons

    During the conversion of light into electricity, such as in solar cells, a large part of the input light energy is lost. This is due to the behaviour of electrons inside of materials. If light hits a material, it stimulates electrons energetically for a fraction of a second, before they pass the ene more

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Bee brains open way for better cameras

New research into the way that honeybees see colour could pave the way for more accurate cameras in phones, drones and robots. more

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