Photonic Radar

Schematic demonstration of different light beams with angular momentum emanating from antenna arrays on metasurface

The research group of Technion Prof. Erez Hasman has developed technology for compressing dozens of lenses on a nanometric surface. The study, published in Science magazine, paves the way for creating a completely new type of optical elements with
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Photonics & Physics

DJI Introduces First Integrated Aerial Zoom Camera

The Zenmuse Z3 will offer up to a 7x zoom. The camera incorporates DJI’s leading gimbal technology, which has been upgraded to work optimally with

RMIT researchers make leap in measuring quantum states

A breakthrough into the full characterisation of quantum states has been published today as a prestigious Editors' Suggestion in the journal Physical Review Letters. The full characterisation of quantum states is a necessity for future quantum computing

BAE Systems develops laser airspeed sensor for aircraft

In an aviation first, British scientists in Chelmsford have successfully trialled a highly accurate laser airspeed sensor for use in the next generation of high altitude aircraft which will increase survivability while improving performance and


Surface composition determines temperature and habitability of a planet

KU Leuven astronomers have shown that the interaction between the surface and the atmosphere of an exoplanet has major consequences for the temperature on the planet. This temperature, in turn, is a crucial element in the quest for

Purdue-NOAO team spots 'monster' galaxy cluster formation

The structure, named PC 217.96+32.3A, is located 12 billion light years away in the constellation of Boötes. A paper detailing the findings of the structure was published in the

Astronomers release spectacular survey of the distant Universe

Astronomers at The University of Nottingham have released spectacular new infrared images of the distant Universe, providing the deepest view ever obtained over a large area of sky

Newborn giant planet grazes its star

An international team of astronomers has announced the discovery of a very young hot Jupiter orbiting in the immediate vicinity of a star that is barely two million years old—the stellar equivalent of a week-old infant. This first-ever evidence that hot Jupiters can appear at such an early stage represents a major

Citizen scientists discover huge galaxy cluster

Two volunteer astronomers have had a galaxy cluster named after them after finding the galaxy in an international citizen science project co-led by ANU. The two Russians identified the huge C-shaped galaxy cluster from much smaller images of

‘Wasteful’ galaxies launch heavy elements into surrounding halos and deep space, CU-Boulder study finds

Spiral galaxies like the Milky Way actively form stars and have a blueish color while elliptical galaxies have little star formation and appear red. Both types of galaxies contain tens to hundreds of billions of stars that create heavy elements. After running a series of simulations, the researchers found that the

Imaging & Machine Vision

High-speed surface metrology with the new S onix

Sensofar Metrology has released a new high-speed non-contact 3D surface sensor – the S onix. The S onix is a new and ultra-compact surface metrology system purpose-designed for high-speed

ON Semiconductor Enhances Near-Infrared Performance of CCD Image Sensors

The new CCD pixel design used in the KAI-08052 extends the electron capture region deeper in the silicon to better capture electrons generated by long wavelength photons. This deeper pixel well improves

New telecentric illumination systems

Sill Optics introduces a new series of telecentric condensers

Medical Engineering

Fiber optic biosensor-integrated microfluidic chip to detect glucose levels

A team of researchers from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Zhejiang University in China report integrating fiber optic glucose sensors into a microfluidic chip to create portable, high-performance, low-cost devices for measuring glucose levels

New on-chip optical sensing technique used to detect multiple flu strains

Study demonstrates detection and identification of different flu virus subtypes using a novel method for multiplex fluorescence detection on a small, dedicated chip

Researchers Find Way to Control Heart Waves With Light

Using a computer-controlled light projector, the team was able to control the speed of the cardiac waves, their direction and even the orientation of spirals in real time – something that has never been shown before in

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The world’s tiniest temperature sensor is powered by radio waves

The smart buildings of the future will be full of sensors that will respond to the residents’ every need, and will be as sustainable as possible. Like heating and lighting that only switches on when someone is in the room. That’s only possible if these sensors are wireless and

Churning out biosensors

The growing market for wearable devices requires a high number of small, light-weight and high capacity sensors for

2D superconductor surviving in high magnetic fields over 50 Tesla

Researchers at the University of Tokyo have discovered a 2D superconductor, which is realized on the surface of molybdenum disulfide, that can survive even in high magnetic fields over 50 Tesla, more than 100 times the power of the

Elastomeric Transistor with Softness and Robustness Comparable to Cloth

The transistor is made only from elastomeric materials, such as single-walled carbon nanotubes, rubbers, and gel. The transistor can maintain its performance when stretched, bent, compressed, or struck, as every component deforms integrally


Canon unveils new EOS Kiss X80 digital SLR camera, featuring solid basic performance, built-in Wi-Fi and NFC for easy smartphone connectivity

Supporting Wi-Fi and NFC, the new EOS Kiss X80 from Canon enables easy on-the-spot wireless connectivity for transferring images to such devices as smartphones and tablets for convenient sharing on social

Taking performance to new heights, the FUJIFILM X-Pro2 offers the world's only Hybrid Multi Viewfinder and features a brand new 24MP X-Trans III sensor

The new model boasts a Hybrid Viewfinder capable of instantly switching between optical and electronic finders, plus an updated image sensor and processor, which dramatically improve image quality. By combining these features with the


LG Innotek Unveils Transmission Modules for Quick Wireless Charging

Wireless power charger pad which is adopted LG Innotek’s 15-watt transmission module

LG Innotek’s 15-watt transmission module can be used on wireless power chargers installed on vehicles as well as wireless chargers used at home or office. The company has secured quality at the level of automotive electronic parts


RideOn’s Indiegogo Campaign Brings Augmented Reality to Ski Slopes for First Time

RideOn goggles

The experience of riding down the mountain will change dramatically in 2015. RideOn, a startup based in Tel Aviv, recently unveiled their prototype of ski goggles of the


Experience Virtual Reality with ZEISS VR ONE


To dive into virtual worlds, all the user needs to do is select an appropriate VR app and slide his or her smartphone into the headset using the tray provided. ZEISS VR ONE will initially be available worldwide with a tray for the Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone and the iPhone 6


Life style

Ulysse Nardin Musical Marvel Delights on the Hour, on Request with Vivaldi Melody.

Stranger Vivaldi

As revolutionary as it is in engineering, it is equally stylish. Exhibiting a modern appeal, sleek lines are tempered by a repetitive circle motif. Large Roman numerals mark the hours, adding a casual air. Its aesthetic is further


Jaquet Droz presents The Bird Repeater Geneva

The Bird Repeater Geneva

At the center of the dial, a pair of elegant goldfinches have nested right in the heart of Île Rousseau, the island paradise for birds located precisely at the entrance to the lake. These creatures, their plumage as brightly colored as a Fauvist canvas, hand-sculpted in gold