From its initial publication titled Laser Beam Scanning in 1985 to Handbook of Optical and Laser Scanning, now in its second edition, this reference has kept professionals and students at the forefront of optical scanning technology. Carefully and meticulously updated in each iteration, the book continues to be the most comprehensive scanning resource on the market. It examines the breadth and depth of subtopics in the field from a variety of perspectives. The Second Edition covers: Technologies such as piezoelectric devices Applications of laser scanning such as Ladar (laser radar) Underwater scanning and laser scanning in CTP As laser costs come down, and power and availability increase, the potential applications for laser scanning continue to increase. Bringing together the knowledge and experience of 26 authors from England, Japan and the United States, the book provides an excellent resource for understanding the principles of laser scanning. It illustrates the significance of scanning in society today and would help the user get started in developing system concepts using scanning. It can be used as an introduction to the field and as a reference for persons involved in any aspect of optical and laser beam scanning.Beiser, L. Unified Optical Scanning Technology; ]ohn Wiley aamp; Sons: New York, 2003. . Siegman, A.E. Lasers; University Science Books: Mill Valley, California, 1986. . Melles Griot. Laser Scan Lens Guide; Melles Griot: Rochester, NY, 1987.
|Title||:||Handbook of Optical and Laser Scanning, Second Edition|
|Author||:||Gerald F. Marshall, Glenn E. Stutz|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2011-08-17|