Organic electronics lead to new ways to sense light

The past few decades have seen astonishing advances in imaging technology, from high-speed optical sensors that process over two million frames per second to tiny lensless cameras that record images using a single pixel.

Chaos Raman distributed optical fiber sensing

The timeliness and accuracy of detection technology is directly related to the safety of people's lives and property. In the application of this technology, temperature is a physical quantity that must to be focused on. Compared ...

Dragonfly eyes inspire new microlens array processing technique

Industry 4.0 requires simple solutions for complex functions. Optical sensors, such as pinhole cameras, can deliver a depth of focus and reasonable resolution, but they suffer from low intensity for reliable and fast imaging. ...

All-fiber ellipsometer for nanoscale dielectric coatings

Measuring the refractive index and the thickness of thin films (films with a thickness from less than a nanometer to several microns) is essential to characterize them and improve the performance of sensors and devices that ...

HL-LHC magnet alignment system passes crucial tests

The many CERN-developed sensors and software programs of the FRAS (Full Remote Alignment System) have been successfully tested on a prototype magnet in preparation for the HL-LHC.

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