January 2015 - Lenses and Optics: Variable focus lenses uses sound to shape light - Vision Systems Design recently published an article highlighting the TAG Lens' advantages in machine vision and particularly for industrial inspection of semi-conductors. The article describes how the TAG Lens can enable end-users to image multiple spacial locations simultaneously. Link to the article.
October 2014 - Focusing at the Speed of Sound - In its October edition, inVision has published an article describing how thanks to the addition of TAG Optics' technology it is now possilbe to increase the depth of field of countless machine vision systems. Link to the article.
September 2014 - TAG Optics' TAG Lens 2.5 Shortlisted for the Vision Award: - Messe Stuttgart has announced that TAG Optics' TAG Lens 2.5 is part of this year's shortlist for the International Vision Award. The prize for applied machine vision is to be presented at the Vision show in Stuttgart when the trade fair takes place in November 2014. Sponsored by Imaging and Machine Vision Europe, the award recognizes excellence in applied machine vision.. Link to the article.
News & Upcoming Events
March 2015 - Visit us in Chicago at the Automate 2015 exhibition from March 23 to 26. TAG Optics will be unveiling new applications of its ultra-high speed TAG Lens 2.5 including ultra-high quality telecentric imaging with 30X the native DOF and multi-focal imaging within a single far-field optical path. Come see us at booth 598A and see how our technology can increase the speed, throughput and precision of your automation and part inspection systems.
Feburary 2015 - Visit us in San Francisco at the SPIE BIOS and Photonics West 2015 exhibitions from Febuary 7 to 12. TAG Optics will be showcasing the award-winning TAG Lens line of ultra-high speed varifocus lenses in several live demonstrations at booth 8525 for BIOS and booth 5217 for Photonics West. Come and try our hands-on microscopy demonstrations and see for yourself the difference that virtual high depth-of-field or simultaneous multiplane imaging can make to optical system from machine vision to high resolution microscopy.