Publications

Magic Leap Analysis: Dispelling some of the Myths

An Analyisis of Magic Leap’s Technology There are lots of articles out there about Magic Leap so we though we would give you our analysis of their tech.   We’ll start by analyzing a few of Magic Leap’s key patents since there’s not much to go by in terms of real demos or images of the … Continue reading Magic Leap Analysis: Dispelling some of the Myths

Affordable AR Displays: Focus on Optical See-Through Waveguide Technologies for AR Glasses

Authors:  Kayvan Mirza and Khaled Sarayeddine   Abstract: Low cost see-through technologies for wearable AR displays have been an elusive key element to enable the market for consumer oriented mobile AR.  This paper will explore the various available technologies and the key challenges faced in order to develop a platform that will enable affordable wearable … Continue reading Affordable AR Displays: Focus on Optical See-Through Waveguide Technologies for AR Glasses

Plastic Waveguide Full Color See-Through Smart Glasses

IDW 2010 Low cost see-through smart glass display technology was developed. Monolithic transparent molded plastic light guide with an array of small surface mirrors enables a bright image with a field of view of 27 degrees. Download Full Paper Here: IDW2010_PRJ2_1

Projection Technology for Future Airplane Cockpits (ODICIS) displayed at IDW

IDW 2012 A large single interactive display designed for the cockpits of future airplanes, as it was developed during the European Project ODICIS is presented. It is based on an array of several short throw wide angle projectors resulting in a seamlessly tiled display. The project results are discussed in this contribution. Download Full Publication … Continue reading Projection Technology for Future Airplane Cockpits (ODICIS) displayed at IDW

Short Throw Projection System with Zoom (Slim Zoom)

EURODISPLAY 2011 Front projectors with shorter projection distance start to gain a lot of interest mainly for Educational Market or Interactive Display Board segments. The shorter projection distance is necessary to avoid the user to hit projected image rays and to reduce the necessary volume for the fixed installation of the projector. We have developed … Continue reading Short Throw Projection System with Zoom (Slim Zoom)

PROJECTION DISPLAYS IN AVIONICS (ODICIS)

IDW 2010 Avionics represents a specialized area of display applications. A possible future development in this field is a single display cockpit environment with touch input capabilities. Such a seamless, tiled cockpit display based on several short throw wide angle projectors is being developed in the European Project ODICIS. The current results are discussed in … Continue reading PROJECTION DISPLAYS IN AVIONICS (ODICIS)

SLIM LASER TV PRESENTED AT SID MID EUROPE JENA

SID 2008 Micro Display based Rear projection TV (RPTV) offers Full HD and potentially lower cost than LCD and PDP for large screen size. Today millions of RPTV’s sold in the market do not fit customer need in terms of form factor and the limited life time of the lamp. Slimmer and low chin cabinets … Continue reading SLIM LASER TV PRESENTED AT SID MID EUROPE JENA

SPACE VARIANT RETARDER PRESENTED AT SID LOS ANGELES

SID 2008 Rear Projection TV (RPTV) offers low cost and high definition images, but suffers from inadequate form factor for the cabinet design. Slim RPTV design with small depth and low chin (distance from stand to image lower edge) are available and offer a second chance for RPTV to compete in the battle of flat … Continue reading SPACE VARIANT RETARDER PRESENTED AT SID LOS ANGELES