Discover OptoSigma’s brand new series : Project Avatar. It’s a series of comics around breakthroughs in science guided by the photonics revolution. Follow the Adventures of our Robot/Hero Kazu in the latest and future editions of OptoSigma’s Project Avatar comics. Contact our team to get your hands on a paper version.
Interview with Professor Joseph Kalman in the Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering department at CSULB.
His research is featured in OptoSigma’s comic book, Project Avatar.
Project Avatar is a comic created to feature OptoSigma’s Optic and Optomechanical parts in a robot, named Kazu, who self assembles after a Gamma Ray blasts a hole in the OptoSigma building.
More about Dr. Joseph KALMAN here.
Presenting Kazu !
1) Mirror mount, stainless steel, high-stability, rear-loading, 3 hex adjusters
2) Motorized Rotary Turret for 4 Objectives
3) Infrared (NIR) Objective Lens
4) Brass, Crossed-Roller Bearing Rotation Stage, 360 Deg Manual Rotation
5) Goniometer, EXC Bearings, 1-Axis, Micrometer
6) Mirror mount, stainless steel, high-stability, front-loading, 2 hex adjusters
7) Power Supply for 1mW HeNe Laser (OSK-6328-1)
8) Cage Mounting Cube
9) Pedestal Fork Clamp, Stainless Steel
10) Motorized Zoom Microscope With Optical Magnification