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Mobile 3-D, Spin Hall Effect & EMCCD - LIGHT MATTERS 03.27.2013



-Mobile 3-D -Spin Hall Effect -EMCCD On this week’s show, glasses-free 3-D goes mobile, the strongest signal yet of the photonic spin Hall effect is obtained by a metamaterial, new theory suggests an unconventional use for EMCCD, tests reveal the hazards of laser pointers, tailored photons are generated from solid-state chips, and photoacoustic microscopy receives a grant from the National Science Foundation. Light Matters is the Photonics Industry’s weekly news program and is hosted by Photonics Media editors, Melinda Rose & Laura Marshall.

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