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MEMS DM's for laser applications

Laser Applications

How can laser beams be sharpened and laser pulses shortened using an active micro-mirror? 
MEMS DM's in General Microscopy

Boston Micromachines has pioneered MEMS (microelectromechanical systems) deformable mirror technology for advanced optical control. These miniature-precision light-shapers empower the world's top researchers to make breakthroughs in astronomy, microscopy, laser control, and retinal imaging. Leading the industry in MEMS mirror development and expanding into full high-resolution imaging systems, Boston Micromachines is committed to driving discovery in photonics applications.

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MEMS DM's in National Defence
MEMS DM's in Multi-Photon Microscopy

Multi-Photon Microscopy

How will neuroscientists use adaptive optics to image at greater depths of the brain? 
MEMS DM's for Retinal Imaging


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MEMS DM's in Astronomy


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How did an entry-level MEMS DM give RPI's microscope invention high magnification and high field of view? 
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Modulating Retroreflector


How do thousands of moving micro-mirrors give giant telescopes the resolving power to study distant galaxies?