Nanoparticle-based Holographic Display
UCF Office of Research & Commercialization, FL, United States
This display system makes use of nanoparticles, able to be produced in bulk, whose light-scattering properties can be controlled to display an image with depth perception (in essence, holographic) on non-powered transparent or opaque surfaces including windshields, windows, glasses, handheld devices, and even fabrics.
Primary Application Area: Defense & Transportation
Technology Development Status: Concept
Technology Readiness Level: TRL 2
FIGURES OF MERIT
Value Proposition: New nanoparticle-based painted photonic display is more versatile, more useable under extreme conditions in remote areas, and more rugged than current display systems. It is lighter, non-powered, useable with transparent surfaces, and not constricted to flat geometries, and therefore a valuable display alternative for military, defense industry, and DoD contractors.
Organization Type: Academic/Gov Lab
Showcase Booth #: 523
GOVT/EXTERNAL FUNDING SOURCES
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Primary Sources of Funding: University
Looking for: Both Funding and Development Partners