2018 Program



   2018 Special Topics




This special topic will cover the technologies and applications in the emerging areas of augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and artificial intelligence (AI). These sessions will bring together scientists, engineers, business professionals, market analysts, and industry leaders involved in AR, VR, and AI technologies, products, applications, advanced developments, and emerging trends. The topical areas of interest will include:

•  AR and VR Systems and Applications

•  Display Technologies for AR and VR Systems

•  3D-Sensing and Imaging Technologies

•  Spatial Tracking, Localization, Mapping, and Navigation Techniques

•  Computation, Graphics, and Display Processing

•  Immersive Audio Technologies

•  End-to-End System Integration and Latencies

•  Inputs, Interfaces, and Interactions

•  Human Factors and User-Experience Considerations

•  Object, Human, and Scene Capture, Reconstruction, Recognition, and Understanding

•  Biometrics and User Authentication

This technology track will focus on inorganic-semiconductorbased materials and device innovations for display applications. Papers are solicited in the following areas:

• Nanomaterials – Semiconductor quantum particle (dots, rods, etc.) synthesis and development of nanocomposite formulations.  Optimizing process ability and integration, optoelectronic properties, and reliability. 

• Electroluminescence and Applications – Using quantum nanomaterials in emissive displays. Technology innova tions related to nanomaterial electroluminescence (color purity, lifetime, efficiency), RGB pixel patterning and hetero- structure integration, and device innovations related to implementation in top- and bottom-emitting structures.

• Photoluminescence and Applications – Using quantum nanomaterials for color-conversion applications in display components and in pixel-integrated configurations.  Optimizing performance and stability for integration onchip (inside LED package) and in remote phosphor configurations for backlight units.

• Micro Inorganic LEDs and Applications – Emerging technologies based on scaling down inorganic LEDs for use as arrayed emitters in display applications, with opportunities from large video displays down to high resolution microdisplays.  Science and technology of micro LED devices, materials, and processes for the fabrication and integration with electronic drive backplanes.  Color generation, performance, and stability.  Packaging and module assembly solutions for emerging applications.

This special track will cover all aspects of wearable displays including product and process design, user applications, wearable system integration, and display technologies. As the next step in the mobile computing revolution, wearables have emerged as one of the most active fields in the technological world. Being the most mobile and personal form of technology to the users, wearable devices present many possibilities, and at the same time many uncertainties. This special track will provide a platform for researchers, designers, engineers, and anyone involved in wearable displays to share recent advancement and challenges. The topics covered include, but not limited to, the following: 

• Wearable Product Design and Concepts

• Wearable Applications

• Wearable Display Requirements including Readability and Durability in Extreme Environments

• Advanced Displays for Wearable Applications including Low Power, Flexible, Stretchable, Textile, and Others

• Wearable-Display Processes

• Directive-View Wearable Displays

• Microdisplay Design Suitable for Wearable Applications Like Head-Mounted Displays

• Fashion and Wearable Displays

• Wearable Sensors Integrated with Displays

• Wearable Devices with IoT and Health Applications

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