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Light pipes are optical components that are typically used to increase the uniformity of a light source or to direct light.
Don't know which light pipe homogenizing rod will work with your system? Learn about how to choose the correct rod and more information at Edmund Optics.
Modular accessories adapt the Spectrolight Mighty Light Illuminator for tuning to a specific wavelength, fiber coupling, collimating, homogenizing, and more
Optical Engineer Andrew Fisher explains how you can see the "invisible" light, or infrared light, from your own TV remote.
Learn about the reflection of light in this kid-friendly explanation with helpful visuals presented by Rebecca Emerich, Educational Outreach Manager
Learn about the absorption of light in this kid-friendly explanation with helpful visuals presented by Rebecca Emerich, Educational Outreach Manager
Light sheet fluorescence microscopy uses a 2D laser sheet to illuminate a thin slice of the sample and excite fluorescence, reducing phototoxicity and damage.
Edmund Optics experts, in partnership with additional industry experts, will discuss glass materials and coating technologies, their fabrication, and how to truly maximize their power in your systems.
Acktar Advanced Coatings produces light-absorbing components and materials to control stray light and eliminate noise from specular reflection.
The Mighty Light is a self-contained, low-noise, tunable source of broadband visible and NIR light featuring a tungsten halogen lamp and output power up to 2W
See some of most interested trends in optics and imaging highlighted at Photonics West 2022 through Edmund Optics' live demonstrations.
Join Nick Sischka, Vision Solutions Specialist and member of EO's Imaging Team, as he reviews some best practices to consider when designing an imaging system
Understanding group delay dispersion (GDD) is critical for knowing how ultrafast laser pulses will be stretched or compressed.
Join our discussion around laser damage testing in the third episode of our LIGHT TALKS series.
Join our discussion around machine vision trends including such as increasing resolution and new sensors in the first episode of our LIGHT TALKS series.
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