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2011-12-07 22:51:45

Issue features research on holographic imaging and novel 3-D displays Research into digital holography (DH), the process of electronically recording and numerically reconstructing an optical field, has made tremendous strides in recent years. To highlight breakthroughs in this area, the editors of the Optical Society's (OSA (http://www.osa.org)) journal Applied Optics (http://www.opticsinfobase.org/ao/home.cfm) have teamed with the editors of the journal Chinese Optics Letters...

2011-10-31 07:00:00

Provides design enhancement for holographic effects that is also sustainable and reduces cost of goods New York, NY (PRWEB) October 31, 2011 Breit Technologies and Sterling Toggle/Foiltone have installed a table top Cast and Cureâ“ž¢ unit exclusively at the Inwork Inc. Innovation Center located in Garnerville, NY. This one-of-a-kind production system provides Inwork with the unique capability of creating one-off comprehensives or several hundred packaging...

2011-09-06 22:39:24

In the quest to exploit unique properties at the nanoscale, scientists at Stevens Institute of Technology have developed a novel technique for creating uniform arrays of metallic nanostructures. A team of faculty and students in the Department of Physics and Engineering Physics, led by Dr. Stefan Strauf, appropriated methods from holographic lithography to demonstrate a new approach for scaling up the fabrication of plasmonic nanogap arrays while simultaneously reducing costs and...

Portable Microscope Detects Bacteria Using Holograms
2011-09-02 04:39:25

  Engineers at UCLA have developed an inexpensive, portable, lensless microscope. This microscope may find its use in improving health care and sanitation in areas where sophisticated equipment is unavailable or unusable. The details of the microscope were published in the open-source journal Biomedical Optics Express. BBC News reports that the microscope uses lasers and sophisticated mathematics, instead of lenses, to develop a holographic image that identifies bacteria or...

2011-08-30 18:41:09

Device described in Biomedical Optics Express could be used for field diagnostics in developing countries, testing of water quality, food contamination To serve remote areas of the world, doctors, nurses and field workers need equipment that is portable, versatile, and relatively inexpensive. Now researchers at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) have built a compact, light-weight, dual-mode microscope that uses holograms instead of lenses. The team describes the new device...

2011-07-11 06:00:00

ANN ARBOR, Mich., July 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Zhenhua Huang has been promoted to vice president of Asia Automotive operations at Coherix. Coherix is a pioneer in the development of advanced and powerful 3D visualization solutions to improve the quality and reliability of powertrain manufacturing processes where precision is required and measuring in microns matters. Dr. Huang retains his responsibilities as Chief Technology Officer of Coherix's Asia Automotive Business. Dr. Huang...

2011-05-02 00:00:03

Forever 21 and space150 unveil, "fashion for the people," runway show; first of eight holographic shows including London and New York. Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 30, 2011 Forever 21, the global fast fashion leader, wowed crowds in Vienna, Austria today with the first of eight holographic fashion shows around the world, conceived and produced with the help of space150. The show, held in a special venue at Volksgarten, Vienna, Austria, to celebrate the opening of the flagship Vienna retail...


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