Advance Nanotech Subsidiary Unveils Innovative Holographic Projection Engine; Advance Nanotech/CAPE Project Delivers Proof of Concept: Receives New Funding for Further Research
The letter "N" was the first image ever displayed using the newly developed nanomaterial-based display engine. The AVNA/CAPE optically addressed holographic projection engine represents a fundamental step towards realizing the future generation of high performance displays. The system extends digital holography with the addition of an optically controlled display engine, which will enhance replay field quality.
“An optically addressed projection engine offers a very promising approach to achieving high-resolution, large screen holographic display systems”
"An optically addressed projection engine offers a very promising approach to achieving high-resolution, large screen holographic display systems," said Jamieson Christmas, Chairman of Displays & Devices Technology Focus Group in Cambridge University. "The AVNA/CAPE research project provides a unique opportunity to verify the commercial impact and explore the potential viability of new nano-based holographic technology. This technology could have a significant impact on the electronics components and home entertainment markets."
The AVNA investment in holographic projection technology was made in partnership with CAPE, the Center for Advanced Photonics and Electronics at the University of Cambridge. CAPE is an integrated Research Facility for Electrical Engineering with a staff of 20 academics, 70 post-doctoral researchers and 170 research students. CAPE is funded by Advance Nanotech, Alps Electric Company Limited, Dow Corning Corporation and Marconi Corporation plc, and is designed to encourage that research activities proceed to development and exploitation in close collaboration with industry. The program enables designers and engineers within academia and industry to benefit from the burgeoning developments in advanced photonics and electronics. In the past five years, numerous patents have been filed and ten spin-out companies have been formed from projects which began in the Electrical Division within Cambridge's Department of Engineering.
Advance Nanotech is currently funding 26 nanotechnologies in the electronics, biopharma, and materials industries. The firm provides services ranging from funding, to human capital and research equipment essential to ensuring that the most promising companies can accelerate the path to rapid commercialization. In this way, investor exposure to any particular technology is mitigated with Advance Nanotech retaining the option to increase investment in those technologies that successfully mature.
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