Publications ArchieveHOLOEYE offers monochrome and color field sequential (CFS) LCOS microdisplays as well as special phase modulating LCOS devices.
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Publications ArchieveIn our publications archive you find links to a variety of papers and articles of works performed with HOLOEYE Spatial Light Modulators.
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Publications ArchieveHOLOEYE develops customized Diffractive Optical Elements and offfers a variety of standard plastics DOEs.
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Spatial Light Modulators

Spatial Light Modulators

HOLOEYE´s Spatial Light Modulator (SLM) systems are based on translucent or reflective liquid crystal microdisplays. HOLOEYE offers a wide range of spatial light modulators for amplitude and phase modulation.

Microdisplay Technology

Microdisplay Technology

LCOS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon) is a reflective microdisplay technology based on a Silicon backplane. The electronic circuits controling the liquid crystals are fabricated on a silicon chip, which is coated with a highly reflective surface…

Engineering & Design Services

Engineering & Design Services

HOLOEYE offers customized development of drive boards (size, number of displays or signal input) and the develpment of custom flex connectors. Additionally customized micro-controller software and firmware development is possible.

Diffractive Optical Elements (DOE)

Diffractive Optical Elements (DOE)

Diffractive Optical Element utilizes a surface with a complex microstructure for its optical function. The surface structures are either etched in fused silica or other glass types, or embossed in various polymer materials…

Standard DOE (Plastics)

Standard DOE (Plastics)

HOLOEYE offers a set of cost-efficient plastic standard diffractive optics with various patterns like dot arrays, dot-circles, circles, multi-lines and cross patterns. These stock elements are replicated using plastic materials like Polymethyl Methacrylate (PMMA) or Polycarbonate (PC).

FEATURED PRODUCT

OptiXplorer – Optics Education Kit

The OptiXplorer is an educational kit for both introductory and advanced laboratory courses in optical physics. The main topics covered in the six experimental modules are polarization effects, amplitude modulation, phase modulation and Fourier Optics.

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