B-PHOT researcher Stijn Roelandt recently conducted research on the subjective perception of speckle by a human observer, which was published in Optics Express*. The rising interest in this research has resulted in the paper being selected for publication in the most recent issue of the Virtual Journal for Biomedical Optics (VJBO), which is a special feature of OSA's Optics InfoBase
During October and November 16 remarkably talented young people between 14 and 18 years old were guests at B-PHOT.
Recent work of B-PHOT researchers JinLuo Cheng and Nathalie Vermeulen, and their collaboration partner John E. Sipe from the University of Toronto, has been selected by the Optical Society of America for the special December edition of Optics & Photonics News, enlisting the top 30 of “most exciting optics research results in 2014.”
In this PhD thesis, state-of-the-art improvements are presented for both home theater projection systems and high-power laser projection systems. Secondary optics for an innovative LED-based light source targeting mid-level power output projection systems are investigated, designed and demonstrated.
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