Metalenses are Growing Up

New approach for a mass-producible, centimeter-scale metalens for VR and imaging

EO 2019 Awards Recipients Announced

Edmund Optics presents Educational Award and Norman Edmund Award

Capturing Moving Object with Ghost Imaging

New method is using information from blurry images to create clear reconstructions

A Multimodal Lensless Microscope

A suitcase sized microscope will allow medical doctors to make parasite diagnosis from body fluid samples directly on site

Aachen Becomes a Center of Excellence for Optics Production

New photonics hub in North Rhine-Westphalia, the Aachen Center for Optics Production, ACOP

Compound Lenses Inspired by the Mosquito Eye

Bionic device could someday find applications in autonomous vehicles, robots or medical devices

Nanowires Replace Newton’s Glass Prism

An ultraminiaturized device could image single cells without the need for a microscope

Artificial Compound Eye Developed

Device could be used for 3D location systems for robots, self-driving cars and unmanned aerial vehicles

A Compact Full-Stokes Polarization Camera

Portable polarization-sensitive camera could be used in machine vision, autonomous vehicles, security and atmospheric chemistry

Blowing Tiny Optical Lenses

Wafer-level process would allow easy integration into biomedical imaging instruments