Capturing and analyzing information based on the electromagnetic signal in the 750-nm to 15-micron range.
Infrared (IR) imaging is indispensable in a few applications such as military, or industrial thermal imaging. However, a transition from niche markets to larger and consumer-facing opportunities will be enabled by materials innovations and processing technologies. Ubiquitous IR-based manufacturing quality control and IR-enhanced consumer camera applications require smaller, cheaper, and lower-...
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