Researchers from MIT’s Research Laboratory of Electronics (RLE) describe a new lidar-like system that can gauge depth when only a single photon is detected from each locationContinue >>
Scientists able to study a photosynthetic complex — arguably the most important bit of organic chemistry on the planet — in its complete functioning state
Each year Guild Optical Associates attempts to find a good cause in which to donate optical components. The donation of optics is meant to help people with the studies of optics or the progression of sapphire use. In 2012 Guild Optics was fortunate enough to
Researchers from MIT’s Research Laboratory of Electronics (RLE) describe a new lidar-like system that can gauge depth when only a single photon is detected from each location
For decades, astronomers have puzzled over an odd source of X-ray light in an arm of the Pinwheel Galaxy, just off the handle of the Big Dipper. The object, like other so-called ultraluminous X-ray sources, is a system made of a star and a black hole that orbit each other. But its brightness and
Two months ago astronomers created a new 3D map of stars at the centre of our Galaxy, showing more clearly than ever the bulge at its core. Previous explanations suggested that the stars that form the bulge are in banana-like orbits, but a paper published this week in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society suggests that the stars probably move in peanut-shell or figure of eight-shaped orbits instead.
Hopes are high for Comet ISON, which has the potential to become the most spectacular comet seen in years. ISON is speeding through the inner solar system at about 120,000 miles per hour, on its way to a close approach to the Sun on November 28th. Assuming it survives its close encounter, it could become easily visible to the unaided eye in dawn skies.
Humans take the starry night for granted. But Earth’s night sky hasn’t always sparkled: In the distant past, during the infancy of the Milky Way, it was a much darker place. Now scientists have pictures of what it looked like and how it’s changed.
SRI International and TowerJazz Deliver First SoloHI CMOS Imagers to the Naval Research Laboratory for Solar Orbiter Mission
With its large field of view, SoloHI will make high-resolution images of the corona and solar wind and be able to connect remote sensing observations of the corona to the plasma being measured in situ at the spacecraft.
The team has found that Kepler 78b shares another characteristic with Earth: its mass. By analyzing the movement of its host star, Kepler 78, the scientists determined that the exoplanet is about 1.7 times as massive as the Earth
The prototype image sensor combines a light-sensitive, CCD-based TDI pixel array with peripheral CMOS readout electronics. By integrating CCD with CMOS technology, imec combined the best of both worlds. The CCD pixel structure delivers
The confovis system was specially developed for the high quality requirements in the optical industry. Lenses must be checked for scratches, particles and inclusions to be able to determine their quality and subsequent use. Combined with Nikon microscope
CMOSIS is a major player in the industrial, scientific and professional markets for image sensors, covering applications such as machine vision, high-end digital photography, digital cinema, aerospace & scientific, medical and biometrics. CMOSIS employs over 60 people and is based in Antwerp, Belgium
Bioaxial secures EUR 1.9 million (USD 2.7 million) in new funding to finance the commercialization of its first range of super-resolved fluorescence microscopy instruments
This new high tech company introduces a diagnostic tool which will allow doctors to better care for many cerebrovascular diseases by non-invasively monitoring blood flow in the brain
A new approach developed by researchers at MIT and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) could dramatically change that, enabling the most detailed images ever — including clear views of soft tissue without any need for contrast agents.
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have now made an advance towards realizing a new sequencing technique based on threading that string through a tiny hole and using a nearby sensor to read each letter as it passes through
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The new laser doping processing sequence eliminates the necessity of a firing step to create the local BSF in i-PERC solar cells
New work by researchers at UC Berkeley could soon transform the building blocks of modern electronics by making nanomagnetic switches a viable replacement for the conventional transistors found in all computers.
Researchers from Georgia Tech, the University of Tokyo and Microsoft Research have developed a novel method to rapidly and cheaply make electrical circuits by printing them with commodity inkjet printers and off-the-shelf materials
Researchers in electrical and computer engineering at UC Santa Barbara have introduced and modeled an integrated circuit design scheme in which transistors and interconnects are monolithically patterned seamlessly on a sheet of graphene, a 2-dimensional plane of carbon atoms
Using inexpensive materials configured and tuned to capture microwave signals, researchers at Duke University’s Pratt School of Engineering have designed a power-harvesting device with efficiency similar to that of modern solar panels. The device wirelessly converts the microwave signal to direct current voltage capable of recharging a cell phone battery or
New Canon EOS M2 compact-system camera incorporates Hybrid CMOS AF II for significantly enhanced AF performance
Compared with the CMOS the technology makes possible AF across a wider imaging area than that offered by the earlier EOS M and is approximately 2.3 times faster
Representing Canon’s first-ever white-body digital SLR camera, the EOS Kiss X7 (White) features a refined white exterior coating that conveys a sophisticated appearance befitting an SLR camera while creating a design that complements the X7’s light and portable feel
The lightweight, slim design of the ARROWS Tab FJT21 makes it easy to carry. It features a high-capacity 9,600-mAh battery as well as finely designed energy saving functions powered by the Fujitsu Human Centric Engine, resulting in long-lasting battery lifeREAD MORE >>
With up to 20 hours of playback, both the SC-NA30 and SC-NA10 boast the longest playback time currently available on a wireless speaker and provide outstanding connectivity options for greater ease of use. Compatible with the Panasonic Music Streaming application, the SC-NA30 and SC-NA10 connect to a user’s smart phone or tablet, enabling instant access to a library of favorite music with the simple touch of a buttonREAD MORE >>
Featuring an image engine developed by Canon for display use, along with an RGB LED backlight system designed by the company and an IPS LCD panel, the new DP-V3010 achieves faithful color reproduction, high resolution and high contrast.READ MORE >>
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