LYNDA LAWRENCE Gray Optics is pleased to announce and welcome Lynda Lawrence in the role of Sr. Project Manager. Lynda will be responsible for leading and ensuring smooth and effective optics project completions according to our mission to change, improve and save lives through the development of new optical products for the medical, life sciences […]
Etendue, Miniaturization, and More: Considerations in Illumination Design for Advanced Endoscope Visualization Systems
Etendue, numerical aperture, and more – learn the concepts of illumination design as they apply to biomedical imaging devices such as endoscopes.
Josh Ottow brings over a decade of experience in leadership and organizational development to the team.
We’ve doubled our staff to meet demand for SARS-CoV-2 rapid detection and diagnostic devices.
Horace Johnson Gray Optics is pleased to welcome Horace Johnson, Senior Program Manager. Horace will be responsible for leading and ensuring smooth and effective optics project completions according to our mission to change, improve and save lives through the development of new optical products for the medical, life sciences and industrial markets. Horace is an […]
AR/VR and advanced imaging systems aid surgeons both in the OR and in training, leading to improved patient outcomes.
Ted McHenry, Principal Opto-Mechanical Engineer, discusses Design for Manufacture (DFM) – one of the biggest challenges faced by medical device manufacturers
Adaptive optics (AO) was first used by astronomers in the 1990s to correct for distortions in astronomical data due to fluctuations in the Earth’s atmosphere. Today, AO is critical in many applications in the machine vision, life sciences, and medical device fields.
As the optics and image sensors used in endoscope and dental cameras serve as the eye of the doctor using them, the image quality produced by these components are critical.
In this interview, Dan Gray shares his experiences in entrepreneurship and product development in the optics industry.