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Additive Manufacturing of Micro-Optics

Nanoscribe enables 3D Printing of Micro-Optics

The additive manufacturing workflow also drastically shortens the design-iteration phase and ideas can be turned into fu…

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VocalZoom Transforms Voiceprint Verification for Biometrics Authentication Using Optical Sensor Technology

The transformative VoiceMatch-in-Sensor™ technology converts speaker’s facial skin vibrations into unique, noise-free voiceprint, with both the biometric acquisition and template matching all performed inside the optical sensor solution

The VocalZoom optical HMC sensor converts this data into a voiceprint associated only with the person who was actually s…

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Physicists observe spontaneous symmetry breaking in an optical microcavity

In this work, the researchers have observed spontaneous symmetry breaking in an optical whispering gallery microcavity. …

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Probe for nanofibers has atom-scale sensitivity

In this experiment, researchers inject a combination of light shapes into a nanofiber. The light passes down a thinning …

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SANTEC offers a super-flatness of λ/40 using a wavefront correction technology in a spatial light modulator based on LCOS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon).

The wavefront correction technology is available for several SLM-100 models in optional visible wavelength. It was diffi…

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Magnetic recording with light and no heat on garnet

A strong short light pulse can record data on a magnetic layer of yttrium iron garnet doped with Co-ions. This was disco…

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Photonics West 2017: Fraunhofer IPMS presents novel MEMS bending actuators

The team is currently working on designs for positioning drives for miniaturized optical zoom lens systems

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Lighting up ultrathin films

These semiconductors exhibit remarkably strong interaction with light and therefore have great potential for application…

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Self-assembling particles brighten future of LED lighting

The advance, reported January 16 in Nature Photonics, could speed the use of perovskite technologies in commercial appli…

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Studying fundamental particles in materials

Laser-driving of semimetals allows creating novel quasiparticle states within condensed matter systems and switching between different states on ultrafast time scales

It has now been found, however, that by irradiating a material with a laser, it is also possible to combine a quasiparti…

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Aluminum nitride may be engineered to advance quantum computing

T he researchers found that by applying strain to aluminum nitride, one could create structural defects that may be harn…

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Seeing the quantum future… literally

What if you could see the future and stop your IT from breaking?

The physicists have taken a technical quantum leap in addressing this, using techniques from big data to predict how qua…

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II-VI Infrared Offers Multi-band Coated Optics for Hybrid Laser Processing Systems

II-VI’s anti-reflection and beam combining optics achieve very high transmission for a variety of dual or triple bands i…

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NIST Physicists ‘Squeeze’ Light to Cool Microscopic Drum Below Quantum Limit

The drumbeats generate light particles, or photons, which naturally match the higher resonance frequency of the cavity. …

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Airborne thermometer to measure Arctic temperatures

The experiment carried out by the scientists involved probing water with a pulsed laser and using a spectrometer to anal…

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Optimizing the Materials that Mediate Light-Light Interactions

Examples are two photons of the same frequency combining to create one at twice the frequency—known as second harmonic g…

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Telecommunications light amplifier could strengthen integrity of transmitted data

Besides having the potential to replace bulky, expensive amplifiers used today for the study of attosecond science and u…

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Researchers Create Practical and Versatile Microscopic Optomechancial Device

Trapping light and mechanical waves within a tiny bullseye, design could enable more sensitive motion detection

The researchers created a silicon disk 24 microns wide that confines the light and mechanical waves using separate mecha…

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Amplification of relativistic Electron Pulses by Direct Laser Field Acceleration

In experiments at the Max Born Institute, direct laser acceleration of electrons could now be demonstrated and understoo…

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Metals with more diverse colors

The researchers coated the semiconducting material with a thin layer of nanometer-thick semiconductor on the metal, resu…

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