Optical imaging and scanning act together to display a volumetric image suspended in midair with natural depth perception and very large viewing angle.
A new method of high-resolution computational holography has been developed and experimentally demonstrated.
A photo-aligned, electrically-suppressed-helix ferroelectric liquid crystal enables high optical quality, shock stability, and low driving voltage, showing promise for application in future displays.
Combining metal oxides with organic lumophores results in an attractive form of solid-state lighting.
Organometal halide perovskites give bright electroluminescence in a diode structure.
A hybrid patterning system combining projection and interference lithography enables the fabrication of 14-inch 3D images.
SPIE Newsroom 10 December 2014