Nanooptics and Nanophotonics Videos

Nanooptics and Nanophotonics Videos
A tutorial by Ocean Optics demonstrating the basics to teh SpectraSuite software for use with spectrometer. This step by step video guide is very comprehensive for any level user on the use of the SpectraSuite software package.
From the NEDO project on "Next-Generation Nano- Structured Photonic Device and Process Technology," a next-generation optical technology using imprinting was presented at nano tech 2009. In this project, the aim is to make new optical elements by forming nanostructures on a glass surface.
This video provides a brief explanation of where the silicon photonics technology is heading.
Andor Technologys range of low light imaging cameras, offer industry-leading performance solutions to your most demanding of scientific challenges. Andors innovative imaging cameras are installed in thousands of research laboratories worldwide, environments in which photon detection performance is central to scientific breakthrough. Whether your experimental needs are guided by single molecule detection, living cells, luminescence, astronomy, nanotechnology, atom trapping, super-resolution, plasmas or semiconductors, Andors imaging solutions offer distinct performance advantages.
An Oklahoma company, Access Optics, is using nanotechnology to help everyone from surgeons to scientists to see better.
The photonics group has led the way in developing photonic crystal fibres, pioneered by Professor Philip Russell in 1991 and now a major new area within physics. These optical fibres are able to harness the power of light in many new ways, enhancing existing applications and leading to many new ones. The work is expected to have a major impact in many areas of engineering and technology, including light sources, optical telecommunications, ultra-violet light and x-ray generation, atomic and quantum physics and astronomical imaging.
A team led by scientists at Duke University's Pratt School of Engineering has demonstrated the first working "invisibility cloak." The cloak deflects microwave beams so they flow around a "hidden" object inside with little distortion, making it appear almost as if nothing were there at all.
Absorbance Spectophotometry is a versatile technique that can be used as both a qualitative or quantitative tool for chemical substance measurement. This video demonstrate how to use absorbance spectrophotometry as a qualitative tool.
For the first time, scientists in Germany announced today they have been able to create a cloaking device that can render a 3D object invisible (at near optical frequencies). Michio Kaku speaks with FOX News about the new discovery using metamaterials.
In this video Wayne Buttermore, Central Regions Sales Manager at Leica Systems talks about the ergonomy of Leica cameras.
University of Oregon physicist Hailin Wang talks about his lab's success using a laser to help virtually freeze vibrations in an experimental oscillator.
This video from Imina Technologies illustrates the positioning of an optical fiber with a miBot micromanipulator over an LED that is electrically contacted by two other miBots.
A simple, economical nanotechnology coating process that enables the development of nanoparticle thin films with architectures and properties unattainable by any other processing method.
Nanostructures allow scientists to manipulate light in ways not previously possible. Based on nanofabricating several one hundred nanometer-sized bars into regular structures, photonic lattices allow the steering of light beams around corners and reflect them with near 100 percent efficiency. This capability represents the new generation of nanocomponents that may herald in an age of optical computing. Already structuring semiconductors at the nanoscale, led to the development of the vertical cavity surface emitting laser or VCSEL, the most efficient low-power light source available and fast becoming a key 21st century technology for communications.
The EM TIC 3X Milling System surpasses conventional slope cutting instruments. It can mill at high rates, cut broad and deep into the sample, and create smooth surfaces resulting in high-quality cross-sections of almost any material, quickly and easily.
This video shows the rupture of red blood cell (RBC) using optical tweezers from JPK Instruments. A RBC is captured between two traps, 'Force Spectroscopy' mode of the NanoTracker optical tweezers are used to tear the cell into two parts.
This video shows the ContourGT family of 3D optical microscopes. The family includes the bench-top ContourGT-K1, the mid-range ContourGT-X3, the ContourGT-X8, the ContourGT-X8 PSS, and the entry-level ContourGT-K0 from Bruker.
Lumencor was formed to design lighting technology for life science applications. Claudia Jaffe from Lumencor introduces us to their Light Engine which is an all-in-one device that combines: power; durability; discreetness, spectral cleanliness; long life; cool operating temperature; small footprint and; cost effectiveness.
Using coiled fibers to dramatically increase the power of fiber lasers has led to the fabrication of high-power, high-beam-quality lasers that are compact, rugged, and extremely efficient.
Researchers at Warwick University are helping to develop a material which would vastly increase the speed of computing, the material could revolutionise home entertainment.
This video from Imina Technologies illustrates the positioning of an optical fiber with a miBot micromanipulator over an LED that is electrically contacted by two other miBots.
This video shows the trapping of yeast cell using NanoTracker optical tweezers from JPK instruments.
Scientists say they are a step closer to developing materials that could render people and objects invisible.
At nano tech 2009, technology for forming thin, lightweight, bendable displays was presented, from the NEDO project on "Technological Development of Super-Flexible Display Components." Most ordinary semiconductor devices are made using vacuum processes such as deposition. For example, liquid crystal displays are made by forming arrays of color filters and transistors on a glass substrate.
This webinar from Bruker shows the benefits of the ContourGT 3D optical microscope and the DektakXT stylus profiler with regard to applications in the solar industry.
IBM researchers from the T.J. Watson Research Center reached a significant milestone in the quest to send information between the "brains" on a chip using pulses of light through silicon instead of electrical signals on copper wires.