The International Technology Exhibition will be held in Yokohama (2-4 December 2020, Pacifica) with Forth Dimension Displays presenting its expanding range of Spatial Light Modulators (SLM) and microdisplays at booth #25.
The high resolution SLMs are based on ferroelectric liquid crystal technology. The SLMs are applied in system for fast and stable structuring of light using binary phase modulation or binary amplitude modulation.
Please discuss your application idea with our East Asia representative Alex Bird of Forte Solution Asia.
Forth Dimension Displays Develops 2560 x 1440 FLCOS Microdisplay for Rugged Applications
Breakthrough 0.95-Inch Display using Wide-Temperature Range Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal
Kopin Corporation (NASDAQ: KOPN), a leading provider of innovative wearable computing technologies and solutions, today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary Forth Dimension Displays (ForthDD) has developed a new WQHD (2560 x 1440 resolution) full-color Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal on Silicon (FLCOS) microdisplay for use in extreme temperature and shock environments. The new display incorporates ForthDD’s proprietary Wide Temperature Range Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal (WTR FLC) material to operate over extended temperature ranges, which enables it to be used in a variety of previously unsupported rugged applications such as automotive, defense and avionics.
“FLCOS displays provide superior fill factor, color purity, and fast switching speeds which produces very high quality imagery, but historically ferroelectric liquid crystals have been restricted to limited temperature range applications,” said Greg Truman, Forth Dimension Displays’ Managing Director. “The breakthrough provided by our WTR FLC performance together with the very high resolution of the our WQHD display allows us to support resolutions that exceed the limits of our Active Matrix Liquid Crystal Displays (AMLCD) and brightness levels that exceed the capability of Organic Light Emitting Diode displays (OLEDs). The innovation provided by our WTR FLC, which has passed environmental and reliability tests, opens up many new applications and markets including high volume US defense product applications.”
The WQHD display with 8.2-micron pixels utilizes ForthDD’s patented Time Domain Imaging (TDI™) technique to produce superior full color imagery and no perceptible motion artifacts. The specialized ultra-fast ForthDD FLCOS overcomes the motion artifacts of standard Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCOS) displays. The display is generally available as a Board Level Product with fully integrated driver and optional illumination subsystem later in 2020. WQHD displays have now been fully tested and are undergoing system qualification with the first defense customer as a part of fully integrated Kopin display systems, which incorporate the display with Kopin electronics, optics and system packaging elements.
“The availability of the new WQHD display gives us another microdisplay technology in our defense and enterprise product offerings and is ideal for use in systems needing cutting-edge high resolution and bright full color video images without color breakup,” said Bill Maffucci, Kopin’s Vice President/General Manager of Government and Professional Products. “The unique WQHD display is an excellent complement to our AMLCD displays which are primarily for soldier centric systems. As a result, it provides Kopin with the opportunity to open up new markets such as ground vehicle platforms. These market segments have been largely supported by CRT technology and represent a significant potential growth area facilitated by the new WQHD display.”
At Photonics West 2020 in San Francisco (4-6 February 2020, Moscone Centre) Forth Dimension Displays will present its expanding range of Spatial Light Modulators (SLM) and microdisplays.
The high resolution SLMs based on ferroelectric liquid crystal technology are known for their fast and stable structured light applications using binary phase modulation or binary amplitude modulation.
Please visit Booth 1841 – South Hall inside the Scottish Pavilion- to experience the 2k x 2k, 4.1MPixel microdisplay integrated into a monoviewer. We will also present a structured light projector and a binary phase modulation set-up.
4th July 2019 – Forth Dimension Displays is pleased to be sponsoring this years FLC conference in Boulder, Colorado.
Due to be held between 4 – 7 August 2019 at the University of Colorado in Boulder, the conference brings together leading experts in the field of Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals (FLC). Boulder has been one of the hotbeds of research into physics, chemistry and applications of FLCs for over 30 years. Forth Dimension Displays’ microdisplays and spatial light modulators (SLM) are based on the electro-optics of FLCs. Therefore, it is very befitting to support continuous research into the fascinating properties of this material. At this conference Forth Dimension Displays will be sponsoring the Best Student Poster Award.
At Laser – World of Photonics in Munich (24 – 27 June 2019, Messe München) Forth Dimension Displays will present its updated range of Spatial Light Modulators (SLM) and microdisplays with new interface options.
The high resolution SLMs are known for their fast and stable structured light applications using binary phase modulation or binary amplitude modulation.
Please visit Hall B2 – Booth 129 to experience our new 2k x 2k, 4.1 MPixel microdisplay integrated into a 34° field of view monoviewer for high-end Near-To-Eye applications (AR, MR) applying the unique Time Domain Imaging technology.
Visit Forth Dimension Displays / Kopin at SPIE DCS 2019!
Kopin, a provider of high performance display components, subsystems and systems for the military, industrial, professional, medical and training markets, will be exhibiting at SPIE DCS 2019 from April 16-18th at the Baltimore Convention Center. Stop by booth #553 to see our latest high performance ruggedized microdisplay solutions.
Kopin’s offerings include LCD, FLCOS and OLED displays designed for high performance, long life and high reliability in demanding environments. Kopin’s display products are ideally suited for use in high brightness AR products, such as pilots’ helmets, rifle scopes, soldier visualization systems, image guided surgery and synthetic/embedded training.
Forth Dimension Displays’ specific products on the booth are the new 2k x 2k FLCOS, the RGB LED illuminator and a 3D demonstrator of the QXGA 2048 x 1536 pixel microdisplay.
13th March 2018, Scotland – Forth Dimension Displays has introduced a RGB-LED illuminator to its product portfolio. The illuminator works with all of Forth Dimension Displays’ reflective microdisplays and LED drivers. The well-characterized component enables a fast development of full colour optical modules.
The colour coordinates exceed the Rec 709 standard making it desirable for applications like electronic view finders (EVF) but also for Training and Simulation. The RGB-LED illuminator offers homogeneous colour and light output of 6000 cd/m² over a 22 x 16.5 mm aperture despite its small outline dimensions.
Greg Truman, CEO of ForthDD, said “ForthDD is closing a gap for our customers by introducing this RGB-LED illuminator. To create a high performance illuminator matching our microdislay technology is not an easy task. Therefore, this is an outstanding result of our internal R&D programme. Our customers can shorten the time to market for Near-To-Eye applications using the FLCOS display technology, indeed any reflective LCOS technology. ”
Forth Dimension Displays will be showing its product portfolio of fast, high resolution Spatial Light Modulators (SLM) at the ILOPE show in China International Exhibition Centre, Beijing from 11 to 13th October.
Forth Dimension Displays’ VP of Sales and Marketing, Henning Molsen, will be present at the booth to meet customers.
He and the team from AUnion Tech will explain the benefits of ferroelectric LCoS technology for fast bit plane sequencing applications by structuring light in amplitude modulation and binary phase modulation.
Popular academic applications include super resolution microscopy using light sheets using binary phase modulation.
Industrial application are dominated by 3D optical metrology using 8 bit amplitude modulation.