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Currently, the most popular special effects used by our label markets are products that are very diffractive, both metalized and C-Thru that can be hot stamped, cold stamped or laminated but offer high visibility in all the environments in which these products are displayed.
As molecules bind to the capture molecules, the height of the diffraction pattern is increased, which in turn increases the diffraction efficiency and the diffractive order intensity.
000 diffractive pixels per square inch, and with its precision fabrication technique can provide the kinetic effects normally reserved for protecting high-level security documents.
com/research/63t4nm/computer_design) has announced the addition of Woodhead Publishing Ltd's new book "Computer design of diffractive optics" to their offering.
Canon's proprietary EF lenses, launched in March 1987 along with the EOS SLR camera system, have continued to evolve since their introduction, leading the industry through the incorporation of a wide range of innovative technologies, including world's firsts2 such as the Ultrasonic Motor (USM), Image Stabilizer (IS) technology, and a multi-layered diffractive optical (DO) element.
Applications of the manipulation of light using diffractive optical elements (DOEs) are found in such areas as telecommunications, electronics, laser technologies, and biomedical engineering.
Coverage encompasses computer-aided optical design techniques, diffractive optics, and the latest applications in areas such as digital imaging, telecommunications, lasers, and machine vision.
BD-2's properties also enable more complex shapes and additional design options for infrared lenses, including diffractive elements.
SpectraFlair pigments are light diffractive colorants that generate the appearance of multiple, bright rainbow producing prisms moving over a liquid silver color.
This device-unlike those using mirrors, diffractive lenses, or glass tubes to collimate beams (SN: 6/27/92, p.
DigitalOptics' advanced Micro Optics technology enables the fabrication of precision diffractive & refractive optics - a perfect complement for Head-Up Displays, thermal imagers and todays most advanced optical systems.
Established in 1976, Spanoptic employs over 60 people as one of the largest independent precision optical manufacturers in the UK, and particularizes in spherical and aspheric lenses and diffractive optics in the ultraviolet, visible and infrared wavelengths for applications in aerospace, security, defense, machine vision and health care.
He also presents several new designs and new sections on stabilized systems, the human eye, spectrographic systems, and diffractive systems.