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Boston Micromachines Corporation (BMC) has signed a consulting agreement with Bridger Photonics to quantitatively assess a new MEMS membrane deformable mirror design using Boston Micromachines' facilities.
A new laser-beam steering system that aims and focuses bursts of light onto single atoms for use in quantum computers has been demonstrated by collaborating researchers from Duke University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Jan. 11, 2006 -- Boston Micromachines Corp. , a Watertown, Mass., provider of MEMS products for adaptive optics systems, announced the Mini-DM, a new MEMS deformable mirror. The company says the mirror is cost effective and offers high resolution. It is slated for use in microscopes, telescopes,
control of LED lighting. MEMS mirrors produced with semiconductor ..... the symmetry of the MEMS mirror synchronization with ..... circuit. Figure 2: MEMS mirrors for active light distribution ..... incorporated into a MEMS mirror device for lighting
tools to do the complete MEMS design. MEMS mirror actuation does not use gearing effects ..... induces mechanical displacement. MEMS mirrors are designed to be actuated at their ..... consumption level. Static actuation MEMS mirrors are designed to be actuated in static
OXC: fiber bundle, lenslet array, MEMS mirror array, packaging, and control electronics ..... developer. While development of suitable MEMS mirrors provides a significant challenge, it ..... obtaining highly accurate positioning of the MEMS mirror is critical to achieving low loss
Figure 1. Scanning electron microscope image of moveable MEMS mirrors , prior to bonding the vertical mirrors. Click here to enlarge ..... application required two mirror surfaces orthogonal to the MEMS mirror arrays. Wet chemical etching was used to fabricate one of
application using the flip-chip bonder. In this device, a MEMS mirror array was already attached and wire-bonded to the bottom ..... 3]. The technology relies on the implementation of tiny MEMS mirrors arranged in a 2D array. Fabrication of the device involves
s patented process is compatible with a wide range of metals -- especially Al/alloy and other metals commonly used in MEMS mirrors and electrical contacts, while the single wafer processing platform offers excellent release etch repeatability with a wide
Instruments' DLP Pico projector technology. TI’s digital light projection technology uses micro electro mechanical system ( MEMS ) mirrors to project images up to 6 feet at 15 lumens. The phone will display images up to 50” in size on any surface, with up to