We’ve doubled our staff to meet demand for SARS-CoV-2 rapid detection and diagnostic devices.
AR/VR and advanced imaging systems aid surgeons both in the OR and in training, leading to improved patient outcomes.
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.
Scientific and engineering teams are collaborating worldwide to develop the molecular testing tools essential for detecting the presence of the COVID-19 virus and the associated antibodies after the immune system has fought off the disease.
A dental intraoral camera is a multi-purpose imaging device first introduced in the 1990’s. Originally the technology was used for taking pictures of teeth and gums for documentation. Now the application space includes diagnosing dental conditions such as tooth decay, gum disease, 3D optical measurement systems for tooth repair and corrective braces, and for patient education.
Metal additive manufacturing continues to gain traction in the aerospace and automotive markets. Read on to discover how optical systems and machine learning help achieve the level of quality required for 3D-printed components.
Rapid prototyping technologies have drastically accelerated the product development process. However, in the optics world, these techniques are lagging by at least 5 to 10 years.
The use of point of care (POC) devices is growing as healthcare markets address the need for more real time analysis in applications such as pharmaceutical interventions and diagnosis of infectious diseases.