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Seiko Epson today announced the development of its fourth generation of optical engines for smart glasses – VM-40. These optical engines boast the most advanced optical technology yet for Epson’s next generation..
DNikon today announced the release of the Lasermeister 101A, an optical processing machine. The Lasermeister 101A provides additive manufacturing capabilities like a 3D printer, while also enabling laser marking and welding. The..
Mitsubishi Electric Unveils Highly Efficient Optical Module for LED Headlights Measuring only 20 millimeters High
Mitsubishi Electric has developed a compact and highly luminous optical module for LED headlights using a unique system that simply combines a converging lens and projecting lens for more efficient LED headlights…
Korean Researchers Develop Technology that Can Transmit 50 high definition (HD) Movies in One Second
A team of Korean researchers has developed a part for an optical transmitter and transceiver that can transmit 50 high definition (HD) movies in one second. This technology makes it possible to..
Olympus today announced a new product in its scientific business -SpinSR10, the super-resolution imaging system. A super-resolution microscope is a microscope with resolving power that surpasses the limits of conventional optical microscopes…
Canon announced today the development of the Free Viewpoint Video System, a new visual solution that incorporates the optical and sensor technologies cultivated by the Company over many years. Using this technology,..
Mitsubishi Electric announced today a high-power 638 nanometer (nm) wavelength red laser diode with build-in lens (ML562H84) offering an industry-leading 2.5W output under pulse operation. This is believed to be the industry’s..
Fujitsu and University of Toronto Develop World’s Lowest Power Referenceless CDR for Optical Modules
Fujitsu and the University of Toronto today announced joint development of the world’s lowest power referenceless CDR. The newly developed circuit operates with 55% of the power requirements of previous technology for..
Fujitsu develops world’s first slide-style palm vein authentication technology for tablets and mobile devices
Fujitsu today announced the development of the world’s first slide-style palm vein authentication technology. This new technology is compact enough to be equipped to future tablets and other handheld mobile devices. As..