• Distortion
  • dɪˈstɔɹʃən

Distortion is an optical aberration that In-Vision's engineers are working to minimize. If a lens doesn't correct for distortion, you will end up with pixels of different size and shape at the edge of the image. For the high precision applications relying on In-Vision's light engines, distortion should be as low as possible.


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  • Biofabrication

    Biofabrication is the production of biological products. These products can be made from materials such as biomaterials, matrices, and living cells. Biofabrication offers the opportunity to reconstruct the structural and functional complexity of human tissues. This rapidly developing technology has been encouraged by the development of Additive Manufacturing Technologies.

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  • Bioprinting

    Bioprinting is one type of an additive manufacturing process. Bioprinting is the addition of cells to biocompatible polymers that mimic the ECM environment to support living cells.

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