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10 reasons to use Shack-Hartmann wavefront sensors

Wavefront sensors have various perceived benefits but here are 10 objective reasons that have made Shack-Hartmann the golden standard in the field.  Real time measurement (up to several kHz) Achromatic Absolute measurement (typ. lambda/100, lambda/1000 achievable) Linearity > 99.9% Huge dynamic range > 1000 lambdas Wavefront and intensity maps measured independantly Simple and robust technology […]

XPulse project : extracting more information from X-Ray imaging

The first results of the XPulse project promise great advances in X-Ray technology and imaging, in particular regarding new generation X-ray sources and high-sensitivity phase contrast X-Ray imaging Even though X-ray imaging allows for powerful visualization, identification & diagnosis capabilities in various fields such as non-destructive testing or medical imaging, it is currently mainly based […]

HASO SWIR : wavefront sensing for adaptive optics and optical metrology

This last generation SWIR sensor is offering comparable level of performance over the VIS, a game changer in AO applications across the board. Over the past decade a broad range of sensing, imaging and beam transportation applications have switched from the VIS (VISible) to the SWIR (Short Wavelength InfraRed because of the intrinsic advantages of […]

Rflex LA : better, simpler, faster than any interferometer for filter characterization

Imagine Optic just released an interferometer-like instrument that allow for filter characterization in both reflection and transmission at any wavelength between 400 and 1100 nm – the R-Flex LA. Spectral filters are optical elements that are difficult to characterize in transmission using a standard interferometer. Because these elements behave differently depending on the wavelength, they […]

Make the Most of UHIL Systems with Adaptive Optics

Adaptive Optics (AO) dramatically improve the performance of optical systems by mastering wavefront distortions to deliver optimal focus and quality imaging for both scientific and industrial applications. The principle of an AO optimization for UHIL is that a deformable mirror combined with a wavefront sensor and the appropriate software addresses all the requirements for either […]

Imagine Optic during covid-19 crisis

Imagine Optic business operations during these turbulent times. Imagine Optic deeply sympathizes with all the communities impacted by #covid-19 worldwide. We express our heartfelt admiration and gratitude to all those who put themselves at risk to provide healthcare or to keep our society functioning. Internally, we thus implemented all the measures recommended by national authorities […]

iCT Conference in Wels

The 10th Conference on Industrial Computed Tomography in Wels, Austria Imagine Optic presents a novel technology  » High-sensitivity X-ray quantitative phase imaging system based on a Hartmann wavefront sensor » by Dr. Ombeline DE LA ROCHEFOUCAULD Thursday 6th February 2020, 01:10 pm – 02:30 pm Instrumentation and Phase Contrast Imaging Conference website: www.ict-conference.com/2020  Learn more about […]

Photonics China

Meet us at Laser World of Photonics China booth 7207 18-20 mars 2020 in Shanghai   Link to symposium website: https://optro2020.com/

Optro in Paris

Meet us at the 9th International Symposium on Optronics in Defence & Security   Oral presentation by Dr. Guillaume TISON Infrared Optical Testing for High Precision Metrology Control Using Shack-Hartmann Wavefront Technology Thursday 30 January 2020, Room 1, 9:50   Link to symposium website: https://optro2020.com/

EPIC board of directors

Samuel Bucourt, CEO of Imagine Optic SA, and Christian Bosshard, vice president of the Swiss Center for Electronics and Microtechnology (CSEM) have joined the European Photonics Industry Consortium (EPIC) board of directors from April 2019.   More details at photonics.com EPIC’s board and governance