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"Efficient illumination in LED-based projection systems using lenslet integrators," Photonics Europe 2006
Article Type: White Papers
Updated: Oct 17, 2006
Author(s): Youri Meuret, Bart Van Giel, Filip Christiaens, Hugo Thienpont
"Illumination systems with lens array integrators for LED-based projection systems are thoroughly investigated [in this paper]. The aim is to develop compact and efficient projection systems with a high image-quality. Different possible illumination configurations for single-panel LCOS projection architectures are critically evaluated with the use of advanced optical simulations. LED-light collectors which are to be used in combination with the lenslet integrators are also investigated..."
Keywords: LED projection, LED collection, illumination system, lens integrator, LCOS, optical simulation
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