Imagine Optic maintains full activity

Imagine Optic maintains full activity

We are glad to inform our clients and partners that we are currently running at full capacity and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. Firstly, in our sector, the restrictions recently enacted in France have a much more limited impact on economic...
Adaptive Optics for Lattice Light Sheet microscopy – BIPSA 2020

Adaptive Optics for Lattice Light Sheet microscopy – BIPSA 2020

The 2020 edition of BIPSA conference (Excellence Network in Bioimaging and Health in Nouvelle Aquitaine) will be held November 9-10th as part of the ViV HEALTECH forum. This full day of conference will be dedicated to biological imaging in the morning and to medical...
Adaptive Optics opens gates for Nobel prizes

Adaptive Optics opens gates for Nobel prizes

In the past six years, Adaptive Optics has contributed to 3 Nobel Prizes. Unseen but essential, AO allows significant improvements in optical performance for imaging and laser systems.  The 2014 chemistry laureates, Stefan Hell, Eric Betzig, and W. E. Moerner were...
10 PW with 0.9 Strehl ratio at ELI-NP

10 PW with 0.9 Strehl ratio at ELI-NP

A Major Milestone in AO Lasers In the last two decades, Adaptive Optics (AO) has dramatically improved the performance of Ultra High Intensite Laser (UHIL) by mastering wavefront aberrations to deliver optimal focus for cutting-edge scientific applications. The latest...
(Re)watch A Practical Tour of Adaptive Optics

(Re)watch A Practical Tour of Adaptive Optics

Our third webinar and live demo completes our on ongoing series on wavefront metrology and correction. If you missed our 3rd webinar on wavefront sensing and correction you can find it here. Our CSO Xavier Levecq, and our CTO Guillaume Dovillaire addressed fundamental...