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Holographic mirrors laminated into windshields for automotive head-up display and solar protective glazing applications
Author(s): Manfred-Andreas Beeck; Thorsten Frost; Wilbert Windeln
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Paper Abstract

Holographic mirrors within laminated windshields are used to increase the reflectivity of a windshield or parts of it for a defined spectral wavelength band and for specific angular directions, while its transmissivity in the remaining spectral region is nearly unchanged. A narrow-band, highly reflective holographic mirror serves as a combiner for a car head-up display. Large-sized, broadband holographic mirrors are used to realize a solar protective glazing with direction-dependent transmissivity in the visible spectral range. The holograms are mass-producible and withstand the lamination process for safety glass windshields.

Paper Details

Date Published: 1 September 1991
PDF: 13 pages
Proc. SPIE 1507, Holographic Optics III: Principles and Applications, (1 September 1991); doi: 10.1117/12.47060
Show Author Affiliations
Manfred-Andreas Beeck, Volkswagen AG (Germany)
Thorsten Frost, Vegla Vereinigte Glaswerke GmbH (Germany)
Wilbert Windeln, Vegla Vereinigte Glaswerke GmbH (Germany)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 1507:
Holographic Optics III: Principles and Applications
G. Michael Morris, Editor(s)

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