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Optical Engineer Andrew Fisher explains how you can see the "invisible" light, or infrared light, from your own TV remote.
Refraction: Bent Spoon Experiment with Stephanie Guzman
Why Should I Use a Telecentric Lens?
Why Should I Use a Lens Designed Specifically for SWIR Wavelengths?
What are Ghost Images
How Do Mirages Work?
How Do 3D Movies Work? Polarization
How Do Cameras Work?
How Rainbows Work
Wavelength: Why Is the Sky Blue?
Understanding Reflection of Light
Understanding Lasers and How They're Used Every Day
Understanding Absorption of Light
Total Internal Reflection
Aligning AdlOptica Focal πShaper
Aligning AdlOptica πShaper
Aligning Mount for AdlOptica Beamshapers
Assembling a Liquid Lens Cx Series Lens
How To Align a Monolithic Beam Expander
Imaging Performance of Telecentric Lenses
How to Build an Optical Isolator with Stock Components
Understanding Liquid Lens Technology
Improved Specification Search
First Contact Polymer Solution
Quick Tips for Cleaning Optics
Light Pipe Overview
Polarization Overview - Part 2: Waveplates & Retarders (Advanced)
Polarization Overview - Part 1: Polarization Basics
Proper Optics Handling Techniques
Important Concepts for Selecting Optical Component Mounts
How to Form an Image with an Optical Lens Setup
How to Determine Magnification of an Optical Lens Setup
Optical Filter Coatings: Comparison of Traditional and Hard-Sputtered
Understanding Collimation to Determine Optical Lens Focal Length
How to Achieve Optimal Collimation with Fiber Optics
Translation Stage Specifications to Know
Understanding Camera Mounting Interfaces
Selecting the Right Beam Expander
Selecting the Right Beamsplitter
Multi-Axis Translation Stage Configurations: Part II: X-Y-Z Setup
Multi-Axis Translation Stage Configurations: Part I: X-Y Setup
Removing Protective Plastic Coating
How to Align a Laser System
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