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New company provides discrete vision solutions

A new company, Invisible Vision, has been founded to provide discrete vision solutions for the scientific, medical, and industrial research communities.

The company’s first products are the UVi range of camera intensifiers that provide low light, extended spectral range (from UV to NIR) and fast gating in a compact lens coupled package. Typical applications are in combustion, electric discharge, biomedical and ultra high-speed stroboscopic techniques in conjunction with high speed or conventional video cameras.

Invisible Vision is based in Norwich, UK, and will work alongside global companies such as DRS Data & Imaging Systems in the USA and NAC Image Technology in Japan.

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