Ming Chi University of Technology in partnership with National Taiwan University

New Taipei City,  UNK 
  • Booth: 1249

Ming Chi University of Technology and National Taiwan University have built a lightweight, semi‐transparent up‐ conversion device on disordered organic molecules that can transform invisible infrared photons into the visible spectrum. Instead of the conventional photolithography techniques for image pixelization, this single‐pixel device can reveal high‐resolution infrared images without a bulky read‐out integrated circuit. The universities will show the actual wearable electronics for infrared visualization technology, including camera anti‐detection addressing ever‐growing privacy concerns and dual audio‐visual operation foreseen for future augmented‐reality displays.