U.S. Research Team Uses Optical Switching Molecules to Make 3D Display Screens

Science and technology dynamics For a long time, LCD splicing and DLP splicing form an absolute monopoly on the security market. Among them, LCD splicing has become the darling of the market due to its prominent cost advantage. The LCD splicing screen has recently achieved a new upgrade of the seams to 1.7mm, which is more emboldened in the high-end application market. This also means that in the security application market, the boundaries of the three major display technologies are no longer distinct, and the market has begun to enter the mixed period. Although it will not be immediately staged a "birth and death battle", it is inevitable that this shift is inevitable. Recently, the 3D display screen developed by American universities does not know how it will affect security.
A group of research teams at Southern Methodist University in the United States used optical switch molecules in 3D lighting materials. The project leader chemist Alexander Lippert stated in a statement: “Our idea is to provide a 360-degree field of view 3D display through the production of chemical and special optical switching molecules. This is not a hologram. Figure, it is a three-dimensional structured light."
He added: "With MRI-generated true 3D images, radiologists can more easily identify abnormal conditions such as cancer. I think this will have a major impact on human health, because real 3D images can provide more information." The researchers used an optical switch molecule that can switch between non-fluorescent and fluorescent light to cope with the presence or absence of UV light. They discovered an on-off switch that regulates the thermal decay rate of molecules by adding chemical amine trimethylamine.
The method of shaping light into volumetric objects can be applied in many fields including biomedical imaging, education and engineering, as well as television, movies and games. This new technology is different from 3D movie or 3D computer design. It is understood that the latter uses a binocular parallax or linear perspective method to make the flat panel display a 3D image.
Lippert said: "When you look at 3D movies, it will deceive the brain by presenting two different images to each eye. Our monitors will not deceive your brain. We use chemistry in three dimensions. Constructing light, so there is no trick, just a true three-dimensional light structure. We call it the 3D digital light-activatable dye display, or simply 3D Light Pad, and it's more like what we see in real life. The picture."
Lipper pointed out that offices can create virtual teleconferences and project stereoscopic 3D images onto chairs; engineering and manufacturing projects can be rendered in 3D; and military can perform 3D tactics on land, air, underwater, or space battlefields. Engraved. This research has been published in the journal Nature Communications.
The original title scientists use chemical manufacturing 3D light structures to provide 360-degree field of view 3D display

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