Holographic laser projection technology advances
Holographic laser projection technology is on the march as Light Blue Optics (LBO) recently demonstrated low-cost miniature projection systems based on LBO’s proprietary holographic laser projection technology. It has applications across multiple high-volume markets, including stadiums, arenas, and other sports venues. For example, the technology allows images to be wrapped around columns and across curved surfaces.
The systems use built-in speckle reduction, variable resolution (WVGA to QVGA) and focus-free operation, enabling multiple use-cases to be realised by the same device. LBO says the unique properties of holographic laser projections systems also offer the option of enhanced image brightness for use in higher ambient lighting conditions.
“LBO’s holographic laser projection technology meets our customers’ requirements for bright, efficient miniature projection systems with superior image quality and focus-free operation,” says Light Blue Optics’ CEO, Dr. Chris Harris. “However, there is also an emerging demand for systems capable of delivering variable resolution and brightness configurations to enable new and exciting use-cases to be realized by a single device.”