Employees of Delta Optical Thin Film A/S visit the beautiful island of Hven Some of you might remember that Delta Optical Thin Film A/S had received the prize for extraordinary growth by our municipality Rudersdal in December 2018. The price also comprised 10,000 kr. for a social event. Last weekend we finally made us of […]
CI Systems appoints Delta Optical Thin Film A/S as worldwide and exclusive distributor for their range of Circular Variable Filters CI Systems, world leading manufacturer of infrared and optical test equipment, including unique Circular Variable Filters, and Delta Optical Thin Film A/S, world leading manufacturer of Continuously Variable Filters, are pleased to announce that they […]
Leica Microsystems develop and manufacture a range of microscopes and scientific instruments for microstructure and nanostructure analysis. Delta Optical Thin Film has developed a range of optical filters for Leica Microsystems, for use in their SP8 DIVE Deep In Vivo Explorer. SP8 DIVE Deep In Vivo Explorer The SP8 DIVE Deep In Vivo Explorer is […]
Our customer Tingkui Mu from from Xi’an Jiaotong University developed a novel snapshot spectral imaging technique, optically replicating and remapping imaging spectrometer. Read the article he published in Optics Letters Vol. 44, Issue 5, pp. 1281-1284 (2019), https://www.osapublishing.org/ol/abstract.cfm?uri=ol-44-5-1281
Our customer Fraunhofer IOF published an article about their Ultra-compact multispectral camera based on micro-optics in laser + photonics January 2019. Download a PDF copy from https://www.deltaopticalthinfilm.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Ultra-compact-multispectral-camera-based-on-micro-optics-laserphotonics_2019_42-44.pdf
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In October our Director Sales and Marketing Oliver Pust presented a webinar hosted by Photonics Media. You can see the recording and download the presentation slides.
Our partner Glana Sensors have recently launched their first Hyperspectral Imaging camera that is capable of simultaneous 3D measurements. It is based on our Bifrost filters for Hyperspectral Imaging. Read more about the camera on Glana Sensors’ homepage and their brochure. The primary focus is on agricultural applications.
Das Fraunhofer-Institut für Angewandte Optik und Feinmechanik IOF hat eine ultrakompakte Multispektralkamera auf der Basis einer Mikrooptik und unter Verwendung unserer variablen Bifrost-Bandpassfilter entwickelt. Lesen Sie den gesamten Artikel oder laden Sie das PDF herunter.
Fluorescence microscopy is a method of observing photo-emissive spectra from samples, and acquiring fluorescent signals that are roughly one million times weaker than the incident or one thousand times weaker than the scattered light. Observing the fluorescence of an analyte requires a sensitive array comprising an incident light source and robust optical filters with exacting […]