Emerging Digital Micromirror Device Based Systems and Applications VII

7 - 12 February 2015

The Moscone Center

 San Francisco, CA, USA

Conference Chairs: Michael R. Douglass (Texas Instruments, United States), Philip S. King (Texas Instruments, United States), Benjamin L. Lee (Texas Instruments, United States)


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Topic Overview:

The Digital Micromirror Device (DMD) was conceived at Texas Instruments in 1987, following a decade of work on analog deformable-mirror and cantilever-mirror devices. This particular optical MEMS or MOEMS device has been applied most famously to conference room and portable projectors, large-screen high-definition televisions, and digital cinema projection systems, all of which were enabled by DLP® technology.

As evidenced in this well-attended conference at Photonics West 2014, the DMD and associated development platforms are enabling many exciting new systems and applications beyond traditional display technologies. By bringing together scientists, technologists, and developers, the goal of this conference is to highlight new and interesting means of applying DMD technology to end applications within these emerging markets.

  • Technical areas of particular interest include, but are not limited to:
  • 3D displays (volumetric, light-field, multiviews, and holographic)
  • additive manufacturing (rapid prototyping, 3D printing)
  • augmented reality
  • automotive applications
  • beam/wave-front shaping
  • biochemical visualization
  • compressive sensing
  • embedded and portable systems
  • holography
  • hyperspectral imaging
  • intelligent lighting
  • IR applications
  • lithography
  • medical devices
  • metrology and machine vision, including 3D
  • microscopy
  • optical micromanipulation
  • optical telecommunications
  • security and surveillance
  • spectrally tunable light sources
  • spectroscopy
  • structured light
  • UV applications.


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