Boston Globe | July 11, 2007
Boston Micromachines unveils new product
Boston Micromachines Corp. said today it is introducing a new low-cost deformable mirror that can accomplish "proof of concept" experiments that require wavefront correction.
The Watertown company specializes in micromachined deformable mirrors that researchers can use in astronomy, laser control and retinal imaging, among other applications.
Referring to the company's new product in a statement, chief executive Paul Bierden said, "To meet the needs of the next generation of biological imaging, we have developed a low-cost, high-performance deformable mirror with enhanced stroke which will enable widespread adoption of adaptive optics."