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Philips' Fluid Lenses Bring Things into Focus

Mark Peters : 2004-03-03 22:52:58
In a few weeks from now the CeBIT 2004 will kick off! This event will always show interesting innovations and introductions. At this year's CeBIT Exhibition in Hannover, Germany, Philips is demonstrating a unique variable-focus lens system that has no mechanical moving parts. Suited to a wide range of optical imaging applications, including such things as digital cameras, camera phones, endoscopes, home security systems and optical storage drives, Philips' FluidFocus system mimics the action of the human eye using a fluid lens that alters its focal length by changing its shape. The new lens, which lends itself to high volume manufacturing, overcomes the fixed-focus disadvantages of many of today's low-cost imaging systems.






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