Generating an ideal light source

Prof. Carmel Rotschild | Mechanical Engineering


Physics and Electro-Optics

The Technology

In order to improve resolution in microscopy the light source should be both very bright and homogeneous. Inhomogeneity might cause artifacts that be conceived as actual details of the image. In order to avoid such artifacts there is a need to average many images which is a time consuming procedure. A bright homogeneous light source will allow capturing high resolution image in one-shot.


  • Fast high resolution
  • Applicable to wide range of the spectrum

Applications and Opportunities

  • Microscopy & metrology
  • Chip manufacturing
  • Head-up displays
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