The Hunt for Materials That Can Withstand Radiation

The Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011 made the world fully aware of the dangers of radiation. To avoid similar tragedies in the future, scientists are working to develop new radiation-proof materials for nuclear power plants, as well as for less obvious applications...

Practical Radiation Monitoring

The UK’s National Measurement Institute – the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) has published a series of informative online guides focusing on the topic of practical radiation monitoring. Radiation monitoring involves the measurement of radiation dose or...

Motorised HD Zoom Lens for Nuclear Inspection

Combining motorised control of lens functions with provision of true high definition (HD) quality images, over a 10x zoom range, Resolve Optics Model 357 lens sets a new standard for safe, high quality nuclear inspection. Read more:...

How Demand for Higher Resolution Affects Optical Design

Driven by demand from the broadcast TV and scientific communities in particular – manufacturers are developing a new generation of 2k (HD), 4k (Ultra HD) and 8k sensors. As pixel sizes are currently as small as technology allows the only way that sensor...

Lens Design for Adaptable Head-Up Display

Increasingly aerospace and automotive manufacturers are looking to record images using head-up display units. A new case study describes in brief the challenges of designing a compact, high performance lens enabling production of a head-up display adaptable for use in...

Resolve Optics and Customer Data Protection

When you visit certain areas of our website (www.resolveoptics.com), you may be requested to provide us with personal information in order to download certain information. We take the protection of your personal information very seriously. The processing of personal...