The Norlase AuroraOne laser has proven advantages in several applications. Please contact us to learn more about the applications and advantages of the AuroraOne.
The 532 nm AuroraOne is a superior low-noise light source for microscopy. It is also used as the enabling component of TI:Sapphire lasers for OCT imaging, resulting in significantly improved image quality compared to market leading alternatives (Unterhuber et al., Optics Letters, 2013) (se link). Similar advantages can be achieved in applications such as two-photon imaging and raman spectroscopy. Applications include:
- OCT imaging
- Two-photon imaging
- Raman spectroscopy
Norlase AuroraOne lasers deliver high-power and high beam-quality in exactly the wavelengths best suited for specific treatments, within most of the visible spectrum. The Aurora One has no internal cavity and constitutes a compact, air-cooled unit. It enables more convenient and effective laser treatment systems. Applications include:
- Ophthalmology treatments
- Various medical imaging applications
Unlike a photograph, a holographic image has depth and can be seen from multiple angles, which gives the image a real life quality. The three-dimensional image is recorded on fine grain film, which requires coherent illumination of the recorded object by a laser. The Aurora One delivers powerful light with a favorable wavelength for this process. Combined with the narrow linewidth and stability, this makes the Aurora One the preferable laser for holography.