Newsletter registration

Austria.
Dynamic Business Location.

Linz: First ever 3D plastic film

Thin-film LC sensor prototype © Optics Express

Found in industrial manufacturing, robotics, in self-driving vehicles and game consoles, 3D devices and equipment consist of a large number of individual optical elements, including lenses and image sensors. Around the size of a camera, they are considered bulky and challenging for commonplace use. As opposed to the simple touch sensors found in today’s mobile devices, new advancements make it possible to now recognize an object’s shape and distance. The special film contains a fluorescent dye and effectively helps move to the collected light to the edges where it is scanned. The object, located in front of the film, is calculated from the measured light signal. Optical elements, such as lenses, are no longer required. Using a small, external pico projector, the object only needs to be illuminated with a series of random noise patterns.

More information is available here.

 

Share on Facebook Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Twitter

Testimonials

Events

Meet us at events, seminars and trade shows - worldwide.

  • 16. Mittelstandstag

    07.11.2017, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

  • MEDICA 2017

    13.11. - 15.11.2017, Düsseldorf, Germany

Austria Map

Find the perfect location for your company

We are lucky to benefit from a lot of reserach incentives here in Austria. We are very proud to be here as Austria is an ideal location for research.

TachoEASY Austria

Logo
More testimonials

news from the business location Austria

The freedom to conduct research

The German-born quantum physicist Hanns-Christoph Nägerl of the University of Innsbruck received the Wittgenstein Award 2017 for ultracold many-body quantum systems. Hanns-Christoph Nägerl is one of the world’s leading quantum physicists in the field of ultracold many-body quantum systems.

The “privilege for industry” in the Austrian Trade Regulation Act

If a foreign company wants to be economically active in Austria, whether on a cross-border basis or by setting up a subsidiary or branch office, it will inevitably be confronted with the Austrian Trade Regulation Act.

More news All blog posts