Optical imaging & Sensing


Optical imaging is a non-invasive and non-ionising technology, which uses light to probe cellular and molecular function in living subjects. Visible light is a form of electromagnetic radiation, which has parcels of both patches and wave’s .A fashion for non-invasively looking inside the body, as is done with x-rays. Unlike-rays, which use ionizing radiation, optic imaging uses visible light and the special parcels of photons to gain detailed images of organs and apkins as well as lower structures including cells and motes. An optic detector converts light shafts into electronic signals. It measures the physical volume of light and also translates it into a form that's readable by an instrument. An optic detector is generally part of a larger system that integrates a source of light, a measuring device and the optic detector.


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