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With an Austrian startup company we just finished a thre-year cooperation towards the development of large video screens for three-dimensional displaying. The principle used is autostereoscopy, a technique that creates three-dimensional images with the viewer, without requiring special glasses. Employing lasers as light sources allows implementing very large displays that convey a bright and colorful impression even outdoors and at full sunlight. We provided and strengthened our know-how in the field of driving semiconductor lasers and micro-mirrors and also performed the experimental characterization of the entire opto-electronic system.

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With an Austrian startup company we just finished a thre-year cooperation towards the development of large video screens for three-dimensional displaying. The principle used is autostereoscopy, a technique that creates three-dimensional images with the viewer, without requiring special glasses. Employing lasers as light sources allows implementing very large displays that convey a bright and colorful impression even outdoors and at full sunlight. We provided and strengthened our know-how in the field of driving semiconductor lasers and micro-mirrors and also performed the experimental characterization of the entire opto-electronic system.