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Laser Focus World - January 2015

Laser Focus World - January 2015

…the near future.
VCSEL arrays are particularly suited
for such applications."
Depth sensing is done by structured
light, time of flight, and stereoscopic
approaches, explains Ghosh. "VCSELs
have advantages compared to other technologies in all three approaches. The

Lasers and photonic solutions for defense and military applications.

Lasers and photonic solutions for defense and military applications.

…or scattered back to the instrument where it is analyzed. The changes in the light enables some properties of the object to be determined. The time for the light to travel out to the object and back to the LIDAR is used to determine the range to the object. There are three basic generic types…

3D Vision Options Drive Machine Vision Growth - Vision Online

3D Vision Options Drive Machine Vision Growth - Vision Online

3D Vision Options Drive Machine Vision Growth by Winn Hardin, Contributing Editor - AIA Posted 04/25/2014 People intuitively understand their three-dimensional (3D) world. But teaching a machine to navigate a 3D world using a camera that only sees in two dimensions (2D) is anything but intuitive.…

Coherent Silhouette Customer Success Story - E.pdf

Coherent Silhouette Customer Success Story - E.pdf

…for space flights in 2000. The absence of screws and hinges guarantees safety by minimizing the risk of free-floating objects inside space helmets, breathing apparatus, and within the spacecraft. To date, the TMA has been the faithful companion of astronauts on over 30 space flights. Since 2017,…

Polymorph-Characterization-of-Active-Pharmaceutical-Ingredients-Using-Low-Frequency-Raman-Spectroscopy-Web.pdf

Polymorph-Characterization-of-Active-Pharmaceutical-Ingredients-Using-Low-Frequency-Raman-Spectroscopy-Web.pdf

…lowest vibrational mode (x34
) is assigned
to the ``butterfly mode'' (where the two rings bend in
unison, mimicking a butterfly in flight) and is split into
two bands at 129 and 111 cmÀ1 due to intermolecular
coupling. The anthracene crystal unit cell contains two