The future depends on optics through technological and application advancements. Edmund Optics® continues to embrace the future by providing information on trending products and technologies. Through highlighting these advancements in this monthly series, our goal is to keep the community informed and provide a cohesive learning environment, while encouraging the integration of these products into innovative applications.
Trending in Optics May 2018
Beam Conditioning Optics for UV, IR, and Broadband Lasers
Trending in Optics April 2018
Advances in Microscopy Tackle the Challenges of the Future.
Trending in Optics March 2018
Quickly respond to collapsing product lifecycles and decreased development time.
Trending in Optics February 2018
Bringing professional-grade technology to all by leveraging common mobile devices.
Trending in Optics January 2018
Accessible, flexible technology supported by a community of users.
Trending in Optics December 2017
Facilitates manufacture of optical components with complex geometries.
Trending in Optics November 2017
Emerging applications require advanced ruggedization to reduce pixel shift.
Trending in Optics October 2017
A promising solution to the drawbacks associated with traditional asphere metrology.
Trending in Optics September 2017
As light sources, digital sensors, and coating chamber technologies continue to improve, optical filters will naturally evolve and advance.
Trending in Optics August 2017
Optical supermirrors have extremely high reflectivity and ultralow optical losses from scatter and absorption.
Trending in Optics July 2017
As optical applications continue to increase in complexity, their performance requirements are becoming more demanding.
Trending in Optics June 2017
Telecentric lenses with large fields of view (FOV) reduce measurement and inspection time in demanding metrology applications.
Trending in Optics May 2017
These Lenses create different types of Moire patterns, are insensitive to polarization state, and are tunable across a wide focal length range.
Trending in Optics February 2017
Ultra-Thin Longpass Filters are designed and constructed out of ultra-thin, flexible polymers and dyes.