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Apollo Optical Systems, Inc. - West Henrietta, NY
Manufacturer of custom precision optical components specializing in single-point diamond turning and injection-molded polymer optics in prototype and production volumes. In-house capabilities include SPDT, extensive metrology, injection molding, optical and mechanical design and engineering. Also...
Fresnel Technologies, Inc. - Fort Worth, TX
Manufacturer of molded plastic Fresnel lenses and related optical components, as well as infrared transmitting materials and optics made from them. Specialties include lens arrays for passive infrared applications, diffusers and microlens arrays for illumination, and optics for environmental...
Laserline Optics Canada Inc. - Osoyoos, Canada
Laserline Optics Canada Inc. is a leading manufacturer of the Powell aspheric laser line generator lenses. We offer design and fabrication services for the industrial and scientific communities. The Powell lens’ uniform line is widely used in machine vision and structured light applications....
RPC Photonics, Inc. - Rochester, NY
Designs, develops and manufactures custom high-efficiency micro-optical components such as Engineered Diffusers, microlens arrays, beam homogenizers/shapers, diffractive optics and diffuser screens for illumination and display systems. Capabilities include optical design and analysis, reactive ion...
Astra Products Inc. - Copiague, NY
Brightview Technologies, Inc., Sub. of Tredegar Corp. - Morrisville, NC
Fresnel Optics GmbH, An Orafol Co. - Apolda, Germany
Holo/Or Ltd. - Nes Tziona, Israel
Key High Vacuum Products, Inc. - Nesconset, NY
Luminit LLC - Torrance, CA
Optotune AG - Dietikon, Switzerland
SK-Advanced Solutions Ltd. - Kadima, Israel
Wavefront Technology, Inc. - Paramount, CA
A device used to scatter or disperse light emitted from a source, usually by the process of diffuse transmission.
The scattering of light by reflection or transmission. Diffuse reflection results when light strikes an irregular surface such as a frosted window or the surface of a frosted or coated light bulb.
The process whereby white light is separated into its component wavelengths. Light beams of different wavelengths are separated from each other by undergoing a different angular deviation. Prisms and gratings are examples of devices used to disperse...
Electromagnetic radiation detectable by the eye, ranging in wavelength from about 400 to 750 nm. In photonic applications light can be considered to cover the nonvisible portion of the spectrum which includes the ultraviolet and the infrared.
light shaping diffuser
controls and distributes light
eliminates Moire patterns and color diffraction
scatters or disperses light dispersion
smooths and homogenizes hot spots
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