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Researchers at Fraunhofer IZM have joined forces with TecVenture, Optrontec Inc., and KAIST to create a high-speed camera fitted with a unique multi-lens array that can capture images with a far greater depth of field than its conventional counterparts. The miniaturized electronics make the system a good choice for efficient damage analytics in industrial use or for many research activities. To prepare the camera for reliable work in the tough reality of industrial environments without compromising its compact size, the electronics for the system were miniaturized by Fraunhofer IZM using the...

After an all online event last year, due to corona, the Photonics Days were back...

The Green ICT project of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research...

The German Astronomical Society (AG) has named its prize winners for 2021.

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A powerful experimental laser developed by the European Southern Observatory...

Yesterday the Berlin Senate has unlocked the first 10 Mio Euro for quantum...

Boston, MA – AEMtec GmbH from Berlin, Germany, a company widely known for its...

Guest-edited by Dr Aline Dinkelaker and Dr Aashia Rahman in an international...

Despite the COVID-19 crisis, Fraunhofer IZM and its 17 partners on the PLC 2.0...

Instrument Systems test lab develops traceable UV A/B/C reference sources for...

Today, two German federal authorities communicated via video for the first time...