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About Science-Vision

Various lensesScience-Vision is the "think tank" of the company In-Vision, located in Guntramsdorf, about 15km south to Vienna. Our company develops and builds optical elements and systems.

DLP lensesOne of our development highlights is lens systems for DMD™ projectors or DLP™ projectors. Digital Light Processing™ is an all-digital display solution. DMD™ is a micromirror system with approximately a million individually switchable micromirrors and is developed by Texas Instruments (TI).

Another specialty is the design of complete systems for DMD™ driven imaging of structures in the UV-range. Such UV images can be used for example in Rapid Prototyping, printed circuit board production and DNA analysis. Furthermore Science-Vision designers develop optical systems for fluorescence analysis, vario focal lenses or zoom lenses for video cameras, and optical systems for medical applications.

An example for the fruitful cooperation of In-Vision staff memebers is the development of the optical system for the Magic Stick of the Swedish company C TECHNOLOGIES AB. This development was patented in Sweden with the patent numbers SE0004057-6 and SE0004058-4 and international patent number WO0237405.

Science-Vision uses a proprietary optical design program for optimizing lens systems. The development of this program started more than 30 years ago in the Austrian company Eumig. Since 1980 this program was consequently improved under supervision of Guenter Zoechling. The optical design program fully exploits the increasing computing power and ensures additionally to brilliant image quality also optimal insensitiveness to tolerances of the optical system. The high development status of our software is part of the outstanding success that Guenter achieved since 1990 at the lens design competition of the International Optical Design Conference (for example best European optical design 1998 and 2002.)


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