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Fringe pattern, laser light. An expanded red laser beam was directed towards a window. This is an image of the reflected light projected onto a wall.
Variation over the same theme as above. Constructive and destructive interference create bright and dark areas.
Variation over the same theme as above. This image illustrates typical pitfalls in laser spectroscopy and imaging based on laser illumination. "Etalon" effects might attenuate and amplify the signal in uncontrollable ways.
This picture shows a CMOS image sensor that we are using in our Optopig cameras for pipeline inspection. More...
Due to size constraints for an Optopig version for 10-16" pipelines, we had to design special camera electronics. This picture shows the camera head with 8 CMOS sensors in custom designed packages. More...
To the left, you can see the camera head of the Simplisit pipeline inspection tool. More...
Underwater optics experiment on the lab. You can see red and green lasers in a water tank and a model of a pipeline (right) a the sea bed (bottom).
Reception of an inspection pig. The Optopig being received after an inspection run. More...
This image is a intermediate result from a wavefront distortion measurement before phase unwrapping. (original image was in B&W.) More...
From the same experiment as above, no artificial colours.
This is the NEO Hyperspectral Camera HySpex (TM). This picture shows part of the top of the HySpex VNIR-1600 Camera. More...
Aerial photo taken with the ASI system. "Normal" RGB colours: More...
Same image as above, but hyper spectral information has been taken into account and been used to classify vegetation containing chlorophyll. The vegetation has been coloured yellow. More...
Image taken with NEO Hyper spectral camera in the SWIR (short wave infra red region) (1-2.3 μm region) More...
This image shows the curve of the first HF absorption measured with the first protype of NEO HF Monitor HA1. Polaroid image of the oscilloscope screen taken in NEO's lab August 31, 1990. The real start of gas monitoring in NEO. More...
This is an image of the 2004 model of the NEO LaserGas II Open Path Monitor (Gas: HF, hydrogen fluoride). More...
Picture of a cod near a pipeline. Image taken using the Xplisit underwater pipeline inspection system. More...

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