Event Scheduled for Dec 13, 2012
Event: SPIE/OSA Student Chapters Seminar - Adaptive Liquid Crystal Lens Array for 3D Display, Interaction, and Capturing - presented by Dr. Yi-Pai Huang, National Chiao Tung University
Location: Information Technologies Engineering (ITE) Building, room 336
Time: 01:00 pm
Details of Event:
Please join the SPIE/OSA UConn Student Chapeters for a lecture on
Thursday, December 13th
ITEB, room 336.
Title: Adaptive Liquid Crystal Lens Array for 3D Display, Interaction, and Capturing
Presenter - Dr. Yi-Pai Huang
Abstract: A low driving voltage with fast response liquid crystal (LC) lens was developed. By implementing the LClens
as an array structure, it can be adaptively used for 2D/3D switching and 3D rotation on autostereoscopic display.
Additionally, by using active TFTs with LC-lens array, it also can be utilized as a depth sensor for 3D capturing.
Furthermore, combined with the embedded optical sensors in Display panel, a real 3D interactive/touch system for
mobile application could realized.
Biography: Dr. Yi-Pai Huang received his BS degree from National Cheng Kung University in 1999 and earned a
Ph.D. degree in Electro-Optical Engineering at the National Chiao Tung University in Hsinchu, Taiwan. He is currently
a full-time associate professor in the Department of Photonics and Display Institute at National Chiao Tung University,
and the chairman of Society Information Display – Taipei Chapter. His expertise includes 3D Display and Interactive
Technologies, Display Optics and Color science, and Micro-optics. In the above-mentioned research, He have so far
published more than 130 International Journal and conference papers(including the 60 SID Conference Papers and 19
invited talks), and have obtained 41 granted patents, with another 50 patents currently publicly available.
Pizza and beverage will be served before the lecture!
Sponsored By: Student Organization
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