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January 2019 Issue of SPIE Professional

The January 2019 issue of SPIE Professional highlights photonics-enabled wearable technology, from smartwatches to fNIRS sensors, to AR/VR headsets. It also highlights SPIE award winners and recently published SPIE journal papers.

All the articles in the print version of this issue are published online as one PDF. See a selection of these articles below.

Our next issue will be published in April 2019.

Featured Articles

There's still work to be done before the world sees commercially viable AR visors.

AR and VR infiltrate shady criminal worlds and are beginning to tackle terrorism.

fNIRS technology creates an increasingly sophisticated connection between brain and computer.

Consumer-grade wearables begin to merge with professional medical equipment.

Conference presentation recordings provide a content-rich multimedia experience that's almost like being there.

Lessons learned and opportunities for future grand challenges.

January 2019 | ISSN 1994-4403

(File size ~10 MB)

The Faces of Photonics

This #FacesofPhotonics article features serial entrepreneur Leslie Kimerling, CEO and co-founder of Double Helix Optics.

Sophisticated AI algorithms are revolutionizing breast cancer screening.

Stephen Boppart wins the 2019 SPIE Biophotonics Technology Innovator Award.

The Fritz Zernike Award is presented to Obert R. Wood II and Akiyoshi Suzuki.

Courses on optical design for virtual and augmented reality will be taught in real reality at Photonics West 2019.

SPIE promotes diversity and inclusion in STEM.

The translation was published in a special section of JM3 on control of integrated circuit patterning variance.

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