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Optical Design & Engineering

Nonlinear conversion of 2μm nanosecond pulses from a high-energy holmium laser enables future IR weapon countermeasures.
27 August 2014
A hybrid spatial-sequential technique and free-form surface backlight unit enable an autostereoscopic display that combines full resolution, low crosstalk, and wide viewing angle.
4 August 2014
Combining a robust, classically designed coronagraph with liquid-crystal-based focal plane instrumentation enables effective Earth-based observations of the sun's corona.
24 July 2014
A novel polymer made from sulfur is easily molded and has superior transmission properties in the IR from 600nm up to 6μm with a 1μm stop band.
17 July 2014
An IR fiber-optic pyrometer measures temperatures above 250°C close to rotating components where other sensing techniques are unsuitable.
3 July 2014
The implementation of polarization gratings enables a new kind of compact monolithic spectrometer capable of high spectral resolution with wide application in spectral measurements.
11 June 2014
Gooch & Housego appoints new COO
Alex Warnock joins UK optical systems specialist, which is undergoing executive reshuffle.
1 September 2014
Automotive boost for OmniVision profit
Imaging sensor company reports a strong uptick in revenues amid buy-out interest from Chinese investment firm.
29 August 2014
Applied Optoelectronics launches methane sensor
'Highly sensitive' DFB laser range detects CH4, ammonia, hydrogen fluoride and water.
28 August 2014
Optical system gauges rail tracks quickly and precisely
Swiss company first to deploy track tester, Fraunhofer to demo system at Berlin rail show in September.
27 August 2014