LCOS Microdisplays & Developer Kits
- Microdisplays in sizes from 0.26" to 0.70"
- Amplitude and Phase modulating LCOS microdisplays
- Resolutions up to 1920×1080 (HDTV)
- Monochrome LCOS and Colour-Field-Sequential LCOS microdisplays
- Digital drivers with frame rates from 60 to 180 Hz
We are now offering a range of displays and board-level developer kits from HOLOEYE for reflective monochrome or colour field sequential (CFS) Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCOS) microdisplays. LCOS technology is highly scalable, can modulate amplitude, polarisation and phase, and can create very small pixels making them ideal for laser projection. HOLOEYE's open technology platform allows adaptation of LCOS for a variety of applications.
The kits are programmable via the RS-232 interface, and can be configured according to your specific requirements with the provided software. Gamma control enables setting of different EO responses of the microdisplay to fit certain needs.
The signal is addressed via a standard DVI (Digital Visual Interface) signal e.g. by a PC's graphics card or media player for standalone applications. Basically, the LCOS display works like an extended monitor. These plug and play kits allow a quick start-up and easy usage.
The board level projection kits come without housing for easy integration and are ideal for applications such as:
- Technical Optics
- Image Projection
- Machine Vision, Pattern Recognition & Optical Information Processing
|Elliot Scientific offers several displays for the developer:
|HED 2200 Display:
||5.83 x 3.24
||1280 x 720
|HED 5216 Display:
||12.3 x 7.4
||1280 x 768
|HED 6001 Display:
||15.36 x 8.64
||1920 x 1080
|HED 7200 Display:
||8.9 x 4.6
||1280 x 720
HOLOEYE's OEM LCOS microdisplay kits are supplied with imager, driver board(s), software and PSU(s). All have a 6 month warranty.
Please contact us for pricing and further technical details.
A number of papers have been published by scientists around the globe who have used a HOLOEYE HED series SLM in their research. Here are some examples:
A database of published papers, searchable by device or application, can be also found on the HOLOEYE website here.
HOLOEYE Photonics website