Product Code: ILSC2011_1003
Remote Viewing No Longer a Nice to Do
Ken Barat, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Berkeley CA USA
Presented at ILSC 2011
The option of remote viewing has long been in the Laser Safety arsenal, but its application has been rather spotty. By remote viewing I mean being able to observe beam placement and interaction from a location other than bending over the optical table. Today the availability and cost of cameras to perform this task has greatly improved. Costs have gone down, and well as the size of cameras. These cameras are ideally situated for the viewing of near infrared and visible wavelengths. Leading this use of remote viewing has not been the LSO or even laser safety firms but the users themselves. This presentation will highlight what is available and some homemade devices that could be commercialized.
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