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How Do Cameras Work?

Optical Engineer Kevin Quist explains how cameras work, describing sensors, lenses, and pixels in a kid-friendly way

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EO Imaging Lab 1.1: Field of View

Learn how to specify imaging system components.

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EO Imaging Lab 1.6: Resolution In Depth

Learn how to specify imaging system components.

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Understanding Camera Mounting Interfaces

Interested in learning about the different types of camera mounts available from Edmund Optics?

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Understanding Lasers and How They're Used Every Day

Watch this video to learn all about lasers, what makes them special compared to other light sources, and how they impact our lives

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EO Imaging Lab 1.7: Contrast In Depth

Learn how to specify imaging system components.

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Optical Prisms Review

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What are Ghost Images

Learn about ghost images in optical systems, which are faint second images caused by reflections within an optical component, from Kristina Kaszei.

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LIGHT TALK - EPISODE 6: Optics in India with Deepthi Sasikumar

Learn about the growth of the optics, lasers, and photonics market in India with Deepthi Sasikumar, Technical Engineering Manager at Edmund Optics.

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CNC Glass Machining

Edmund Optics® utilizes a wide range of CNC machining equipment including ultrasonic machining and high speed cutting (HSC) technology from DMG MORI® for the machining of complex optical component geometries.

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Victor Tango AutoDrive: Edmund Optics Case Studies

Edmund Optics is a sponsor of Victor Tango AutoDrive, a team of Virginia Tech students who competed to design and build a fully autonomous vehicle

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Edmund Optics Manufacturing: We Make It

Edmund Optics (EO) manufactures over 5 million optical components every year at our global facilities in the Americas and Asia.

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Comparison of SWIR and Visible Imaging Systems

SWIR, or short-wave infrared, is light invisible to the human eye but detectable by specialized infrared imaging lenses and cameras.

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EO Imaging Lab 1.2: Working Distance

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Powered by EO: TM4 from EyeTech Digital Systems

The Future Depends on Optics®

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Understanding Collimation to Determine Optical Lens Focal Length

Collimated light occurs when light rays travel parallel to each other.

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Quick Tips for Cleaning Optics

Knowing how to properly clean your optical components is an easy way to maintain system performance and save money by decreasing the risk of component damage.

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Single Point Diamond Turning: EO Build-to-Print Manufacturing

Edmund Optics utilizes Diamond Turning to produce a wide range of high precision optical components.

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Aspheric Lenses Review

What is an aspheric lens? In what applications are aspheric lenses used?

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Highly-Dispersive Ultrafast Mirrors for Dispersion Compensation

Learn how Highly-Dispersive Mirrors compensate for dispersion and compress pulse duration in ultrafast laser systems, which is critical for maximizing performance.

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Important Concepts for Selecting Optical Component Mounts

Edmund Optics offers a variety of kinematic, bar-type, translating, ring, and modular mounting components.

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EO Imaging Lab Module 2: Gauging and Measurement Accuracy Overview

Learn how to specify imaging system components.

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How to Align a Laser System

Join Chris Williams as he briefly explains the basics of how to align a laser system onto a target.

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Optical Filter Coatings: Comparison of Traditional and Hard-Sputtered

Confused about the differences between traditional-coated and hard-coated optical filters?

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EO Imaging Lab 1.4: Depth of Field

Learn how to specify imaging system components.

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Discovering DIC Microscopy

Join Stefaan Vandendriessche, Sales and Applications Engineer, as he demonstrates a Differential Interference Contrast (DIC) microscope built from stock components found in the Edmund Optics catalog.

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EO Imaging Lab Module 3.1: Introduction to Illumination Concepts

Learn how to specify imaging system components.

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Important Concepts for Selecting Manual Translation Stages

Edmund Optics offers a variety of ball bearing, crossed roller bearing, dovetail, and rack and pinion translation stages for linear translation, rotary, and tip-tilt movement.

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Polarization Overview - Part 2: Waveplates & Retarders (Advanced)

Waveplates and retarders are optical components designed to transmit light while modifying its polarization state without attenuating, deviating, or displacing the beam.

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Translation Stage Specifications to Know

To select the best translation stage, it is important to understand key specifications such as resolution, load capacity, travel, accuracy, repeatability, and wobble.

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