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“Corning Varioptic Lenses Webinar Series” : Central Europe & Middle East, English language session

About this event

Did you know that in 1880 Thomas Edison made Corning the sole supplier of the glass bulbs he used to bring electric light to the world? For almost 170 years, Corning has directed its unparalleled expertise in glass science, ceramic science, and optical physics to develop products that transform industries and enhance lives. 

Today we will be talking about Corning’s unceasing commitment to supporting innovation. Specifically, we’ll be discussing the benefits of adopting liquid lens technology. Corning® Varioptic® Lenses are optical devices that adjust voltage to change the shape of a liquid interface commonly represented as an emulation of the human eye. 

Corning Varioptic liquid lens technology is the ideal choice for applications that require speed, stability, and robustness for focusing at varied distances in demanding markets and industrial imaging application. We’ll show you our current customer favorites and newest releases and we’ll discuss our strategy and vision for the future. “

The webinar session will follow below agenda:

-              Technology introduction & products

-              Applications: microscopy, iris recognition, laser beam focusing 

-              New product releases

-              Q&A

This webinar session will be proposed in three time zones and will be conducted in English, Chinese, and Japanese. 

At the end of each session, participants will be entered into a drawing to win a Varioptic® AF Explorer Kit.

We look forward to connecting with you soon.

Hosted by

  • Team member
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    Rémi David Account Manager @ Corning Varioptic SAS

  • Guest speaker
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    Xavier Berthelon Field Application Engineer - Optics and Imaging @ Corning Varioptic

Corning Varioptic

Corning Incorporated is an American multinational technology company that specializes in specialty glass, ceramics, and related materials and technologies including advanced optics, primarily for industrial and scientific applications.