Denso Corp. has developed a breakthrough three-dimensional microscopic system that obtains an image through a dynamic focusing lens. The lens moves across an object several times at a high speed, capturing multiple images of different focal points of the object. The lens extracts and saves to memory only the focused points. A piezoelectric ceramic actuator then alters the lens shape and an applied current changes the focal distance. Denso's 3-D microscopic system is expected to be ...

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