Wednesday 28 June, 2017

The following demos will be presented at the novel display technologies demo area at the SPIE Digital Optical Technologies conference:

Demonstrated by company/institute Description Contributions / Key Components
HOLOEYE Color Field Sequential (CFS) far field reconstruction of 2D hologram diffraction patterns. The phase modulating LCOS microdisplay-based SLM with elevated temperature can realize 180 Hz for CFS operation. Holoeye: SLM Component, holographic content creation, optical and mechanical setup
Fisba: RGB Laser
Institute of Technical Optics (ITO), Stuttgart University Demonstration of a 3D depth map aquisition based on structured light and triangulation. The pattern is created by projection of variable binary stripe patterns using an LCOS-based SLM as image source. Holoeye: SLM Component
ITO: Set-up of 3D measurement system (optics, mechanics, software – based on itom)
HOLOEYE Color Field Sequential (CFS) far field reconstruction of 2D hologram diffraction patterns on the diffuser screen of a commerical Heads-Up-Display (HUD). The phase SLM can realize 180 Hz for CFS operation. Holoeye: SLM Component, holographic content creation
Fisba: RGB Laser
ixellence Demonstration of a tailored pseudo-random dot pattern created by an optimized diffractive element for 3D data aquisition based on a stereo camera system. The measurement system is capable to measure 3D shapes of objects at distances of up to 10m. Ixellence: definition of the light pattern
Holoeye: design and fabrication of the DOE
Ixellence: Set-up of 3D measurement system (optics, mechanics, software)
Siemens Demonstration of a 3D camera technology concept based on structured light and triangulation. The 3D camera tolerates motion, making it suitable for use under dynamic conditions, delivering high precision and detail. Siemens: definition of the light pattern
Holoeye: design and fabrication of the DOE
Siemens: Set-up of 3D measurement system (optics, mechanics, software)