Within a few years, Optically
has gained the recognition of one of the leading online retailers for eyeglasses and sunglasses.
The scientists report that until this study, optically
rewritable LCDs had only been able to display two colors at a time.
This paper proposed a structure to realize the directional radiation of optically
transparent antennas and designed an optically
transparent antenna with directional radiation patterns for car network application scenarios.
Despite the unique features of phosphine, there have been few optically
active polymers possessing "chiral phosphorus atoms" in the main chain in the field of polymer chemistry.
To do this, the system optically
detects the displacement of the wire.
Over the last decade, several new pigments made from optical layers of metals and dielectric layers, which fit the general term of optically
variable pigments (OVPs), have been commercialized.
The resulting columns of hardened and optically
altered material inside the hemisphere act as ommatidia because they guide light along a precise line from each lens, Lee says.
In this case, a positioning system with fibre optic light buoys and an above-water telecommunications system optically
transmits and receives information to and from the tele-submersible.
It is envisaged it will have a driver but will be "optically
guided" using sensors on board and in the road.
It's designed 'almost optically
', to give maximum exposure to the game.
The magnetometers considered for the first generation of the neutron EDM experiment are self-oscillating Cs vapor magnetometers (OPM) in the Mx configuration [2,3], optically
pumped by spectral discharge lamps (LpOPM).
Stereoregular polylactides result from polymerization of optically