Cameras and imaging

GasSight is a low-cost imager based on quantum technology that can produce real time video of methane gas. (Credit: QuantIC)

From Cats to Cameras: A Quantum Story

Matthew Dale asks whether quantum technologies are ready to be seen on the global stage at one of the world’s largest photonics exhibitions

Electronics quality checks made using laser triangulation. (Image: Sick)

Lessons when working in 3D

We ask four experts to give their advice for 3D imaging best practices

Green light for automation

Car manufacturing has been hit hard by Covid-19 but the need for vision on production lines has not diminished, as Greg Blackman finds out

TDI imager

Research and innovation hub Imec has introduced a high-speed UV-sensitive time-delay-integration (TDI) imager that is based on charge-coupled-device (CCD)-in-CMOS technology

SpectraPro HRS-750 Imaging Spectrograph

Princeton Instruments has introduced the SpectraPro HRS-750, a new 750 mm focal length spectrograph and scanning monochromator that features an astigmatismcorrected optical design, a mechanical scanning range of 0-1,500nm, as well as exceptional resolution of 0.05nm or better


An even more comprehensive quality inspection is now available in float glass production with Isra Vision’s Floatscan-5D-system – including coating inspection, detection of low-contrast optical lines and improved core-size accuracy

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