2017 SID/OLED-Association and Veritas et Visus AR/VR Conference Wednesday, May 24, 2017 LA Convention Center
Dinesh Padiyar Research Scientist/Holographer, Triple Take Holographics
Title: The Advantages of Holography to Generate Complex Optics Abstract: Modern technology is reliant on optical functions like AR/VR, HUDs, Near-to-Eye displays etc. Such complex optical functions cannot easily be designed using conventional optical components and so, the use of holographic principles to design and manufacture such capabilities is one solution. We lay out the advantages of holography in the creation of complex optical functions by the recording of Holographic Optical Elements (HOEs). In addition, we cover the combination of digital technology with holography.
Bio: Dinesh Padiyar graduated from London University in 1977 with a BS in Mathematical Physics and a MS in Theoretical Physics and an MS in Quantum Electronics.
Dinesh's first position was as a Research Physicist at London Holographics, where he researched into a viewing system for dispersion compensation holography, with some theoretical work on colour holography. In 1986, he came to the US.
In the US, he joined Physical Optics Corp (POC) where he researched into various aspects of holography as an engineering and scientific tool. In this capacity, he researches were carried out in Laser Safety goggles for the US Army, X-ray holography for space applications, Head Up Displays for the US Air Force, Shearography as an Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) tool and telecommunications using coherence as modulation technique.
In 1994 he joined American Banknote Holographics, where he was a member of the New Technologies Committee investigating and testing new technologies for security holograms.
He started his own company in 2000, Triple Take Holographics, as an R and D company, incorporating a display holography section. He is now investigating new and novel display systems for glasses-free 3D and researching into a new colour space for holography. His present investigations also include a new mathematical theory of holography involving non-linear chaos theory.
Memberships: Past - IHMA, SPIE Present - OSA
Date: May 22-26 Society for Information Display (SID) DisplayWeek Business Track Location: Los Angeles Convention Center.