Sunday, May 15, 2011

First Spectrometer on a Chip - OSA Poster

This is a bit academic, but I thought I would post a link to my poster at the Optical Society of America from the last century on the subject of a Spectrometer on a Chip. This was the very first in vivo spectrometer that was small enough to go inside the human body to measure the intensity and color of light reflection, fluorescence, and absorption.

Here is a link to a pdf of the poster.

A lot of other companies have claimed to have invented the "Spectrometer on a Chip" but we did it long before any of them.

2 comments:

Laura Allen Photography said...

I love these portraits. Bit lost on the tech info though. The images remind me of the stuff the Douglas Brothers used to do.

Bob Crowley said...

Hi Laura
Yes, these things are part of the undercarriage of the project.

Glad you like Tobias's work - I think it is very good and fun too.