Submitted by ashrollend on Tue, 12/01/2020 - 10:38
Omega Optical Photo Contest
A Look Into This Year's Contenders
News and Events
Photo Contest
Life Science
The Annual Omega Photo Contest is back! From breathtaking nebulas to stunning scenic views, this year's contenders went above and beyond with their submissions. Check out this post now to see the photo contributions and follow us on social media so you don't miss the announcement of the winner later this week.
Ashley Rollend
Submitted by ashrollend on Thu, 12/03/2020 - 12:59
Laser Filters
The Best Line, Edge & Rejection Filters
Application Spotlights
Laser Filters
Need a laser filter for your latest project? Let us help you out! This blog post walks readers through the many types of laser filters and their individual advantages and disadvantages. Having a better understanding of laser filters and their many components will make sure you have the perfect part for your project.
Ben Stibbs
Submitted by ashrollend on Tue, 12/08/2020 - 13:11
Omega Optical Social Media
A Walkthrough of Omega's Social Media Presence
Omega Updates
Social media
This post is perfect for those who want to learn more about keeping up with Omega Optical. Our expanse social media presence can be a lot, especially when you're not sure what type of content you'll find on each platform. Here, we'll walk you through what to expect on our LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram, and give you an exclusive sneak peek into what you might see featured in 2021 - you do not want to miss this post!
Ashley Rollend
Submitted by ashrollend on Thu, 12/10/2020 - 11:30
Our Inventory and Shipping Supervisor
Employee Introductions
Employee Biographies
Employee Spotlight
This month, we've interviewed Amy Balogh-Warner, our incredible Inventory and Shipping Supervisor. Amy is an absolute asset to our team and helps make sure that our products are processed effectively and with great diligence. Check out this post to hear more about her work, her experience at Omega Optical so far, and what she likes to do outside of the office!
Ashley Rollend
Submitted by ashrollend on Thu, 12/17/2020 - 11:51
A Quick Look Into AOI and 1/2 Cone Angles
Application Spotlights
Interference Filters
The AOI can be a tricky angle to work with, especially when you're hoping to receive a clear spectral response. Understanding the Angle of Incidence (AOI) and it's many cohorts - the angle of reflection, angle of refraction, etc. - is an important first step in the filter-buying process. In the blog post, we'll cover the foundational knowledge you'll need to know when dealing with AOI and also dive into why AOI and 1/2 cone filters matter for interference filters especially.
Sarah Locknar