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2007-02-27 Rohm's new tech to pave way for green laser diode
ROHM announced that it has established a crystalline growth technology of non-polar gallium nitride, and succeeded in the trial production of a blue-violet laser diode
2005-06-13 Taiwan unveils plug-in ready ac LED, blue laser DVD PUH
The Industrial Technology Research Institute's Optoelectronics & Systems Laboratories (OESL) in Taiwan has developed an LED that can operate under 110V AC.
2002-10-03 Nanosys licenses breakthrough laser technology
Nanosys Inc. has signed an agreement with The Regents of the University of California for the exclusive license of semiconductor nanowire-based nanolasers developed by the university's research team.
2004-02-25 Laser lift-off technique to yield biodetection chip
A highly diverse integration technique based on a process called laser lift-off is being combined with system-on-chip processing technology and MEMs concepts
2006-11-14 Japan's Shemei grows blue LED on silicon wafer
Shimei Semiconductor announced that it has developed a blue LED grown on a silicon wafer that it plans to make available by next April
2013-09-30 Exploring light sources for all projector sizes
Powerful compact light sources are necessary to ensure that image quality keeps pace with this process of miniaturisation
2007-04-02 Blue-violet laser diodes roll for next-gen DVD
A team of UCSB researchers led by Shuji Nakamura has created a low-threshold-current, non-polar blue-violet laser diode that it says could replace the c-plane violet laser diodes used by Blu-ray and HD DVD
2002-05-17 Blue Sky lens captures nearly all of blue laser diode power
Blue Sky Research has announced that they have a system that can capture nearly all of the light power of blue laser diode, generating a high power, low-divergence, and diffraction-limited beam that will enable blue laser diodes to be commercially-viable.
2009-02-02 Blue laser to bring projectors to mobiles
An optimized TO38 package makes the new blue laser diode from OSRAM Opto Semiconductors the smallest in its class, the company said, bringing the world one step closer to a vision of tiny projectors that can be integrated into mobile devices such as cellphones and digital cameras
2014-06-19 Blue laser module gives 2000lm boost to projectors
Osram's laser multi-chip package houses up to 20 blue laser chips in a 25.5mm by 35mm module, providing an overall output of 50W, with wavelengths of 440nm to 460nm
2008-05-29 Sony, Sanyo, Exceed, Lucky Light settle LED suit
Four consumer electronics companies including Sony Corp. and Sanyo Electric Co Ltd, Exceed Perseverance Electronic Ind. Co Ltd and Lucky Light Electronics Co Ltd, have agreed to license patents owned by a Columbia University Professor Emerita that cover basic semiconductor technology used in Blu-ray video players as well as mobile phones, digital cameras and other devices
2002-04-23 Sanyo blue-violet laser diode has low-noise beam structure
Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd has developed a blue-violet laser diode that features a low-noise beam structure and is suitable for use as a light source in next-generation DVD systems.
2008-03-05 Researchers find way to plug laser gap
Researchers at Binghamton University in New York claim to have devised a strategy to bridge the lasing gap with new materials and architectures that could enable applications not now possible.
2006-02-23 Mitsubishi claims first laser-based rear projection TV
Mitsubishi Electric has developed what it says is the world's first rear projection television that uses a laser as its light source instead of a mercury lamp as with current rear projection TVs
2009-10-29 Laser driver fits pico projectors in tiny CE apps
Embedded pico projectors will transform how consumer electronics present multimedia by enabling the display of video onto walls.
2007-09-03 Front monitor diode suits HD DVD, Blu-ray drives
Atmel has unveiled the ATR1841 and ATR1842 front monitor diode ICs targeted at optical pick-up units of slim and ultraslim HD DVD and Blu-ray drives.
2002-06-13 Samsung Corning begins pilot production of GaN wafers
Samsung Corning Co. Ltd has commenced pilot production of GaN wafers in its Suwon, South Korea, plant.
2002-02-28 Magnetized polymer eyed as storage medium
The world's first photo-induced magnetism in a polymer was demonstrated by researchers here at Ohio State University and at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City.
2009-04-21 Litho technique streamlines nanofabrication process
University of Maryland College of Chemical and Life Sciences professor John Fourkas and his research group have developed a new, table-top technique called RAPID lithography that makes it possible to create small features without the use of UV light
2009-01-15 Coming soon: HD projector cellphones
Are you ready for cellphones that could generate, play and even project high-definition (HD) video?
2008-05-27 Coming soon: Picoprojectors
Microvision will ship limited quantities of its picoprojector engine toward the end of this year, with volume quantities following in 2009 "as the supply chain starts to build up."
2015-07-29 90GHz nanopatch plasmonic antennas surpass lasers
Researchers from Duke University created a structure that boost the spontaneous emission rate by 880-times while enhancing the fluorescence intensity by 2300-times while maintaining a high efficiency.
2013-01-31 Scholars run computer sims to find efficient solar cells
The simulations demonstrated that nanoparticles of silicon BC8 indeed generate multiple electron-hole pairs per photon even when exposed to visible light
2006-04-24 Fujitsu, Mitsui form quantum dot lasers JV
Fujitsu and Mitsui have formed a joint venture, dubbed QD Laser Inc., to develop and make quantum dot lasers
2002-02-27 Silicon nanoparticles enable microscopic lasers
Researchers at the University of Illinois have demonstrated a method of producing fluorescent red, blue, green and yellow nanoparticles from plain-vanilla silicon wafers
2012-10-12 Photonic gels boast numerous applications
The thin colour-changing films may serve as part of inexpensive sensors for food spoilage or security, multi-band optical elements in laser-driven systems and in high-contrast displays
2013-04-12 Metal-coated nanostructures print images at 100,000dpi
Using the new printing technique, colour images cannot be any more detailed as two adjacent dots blur into one if they are closer than half the wavelength of the light reflecting from them
2005-06-09 Toshiba, partners develop recordable HD DVD
Toshiba Corp. and three partners announced development of HD DVD-R, the first recordable HD DVD format, as the industry continues its quest to settle on the next-generation recordable disk standard
2005-07-11 Sharp develops 100GB disk using high-resolution film
Sharp Corp. of Japan has developed a two-layered optical disk that achieves a 100GB capacity using super-resolution functional films.
2014-01-29 MIT team shows method to control nanoscale diamond sensors
The control technique allows the tiny sensors to monitor how magnetic fields change over time, such as when neurons in the brain transmit electrical signals to each other.
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