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A portable testing system capable of rapidly characterizing and quantifying composite laminate structures for defects, damage, voids, embedded objects, bondline properties, ply stacking sequence, orientation, and microstructure without destroying the material.
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A plasmonic fiber optic tip for spectroscopy systems capable of improving data quality and operational efficiency in nanotechnology surface inspections.
Affordable and efficient device capable of measuring melt flow rheological properties of polymers and polymer composites directly from 3D printing filaments.
A highly compatible software system for automatically analyzing medical images and alerting physicians to the presence of occipito-cervical injuries often missed in standard patient care. During routine scans the software systematically measures the distance between the Basion and Dens of the OCC for indication of abnormal anatomical geometry and soft tissue damage.
6P WIDE GAMUT COLOR SYSTEM. A color imaging system capable of reliably capturing and reproducing an increased number of distinct colors in photography, motion pictures, video, medical imaging, and virtual reality, while maintaining compatibility with existing and proposed color systems.