SPIE AR VR MR
January 31 – February 1, 2023
San Francisco, CA | Moscone Center, Level 3 West
Visit STMicroelectronics in Booth 130 to see our leading technologies and solutions, while meeting with our industry experts for AR | VR | MR.
Key technologies to be seen at the ST booth:
Laser Beam Scanning and MEMS
MEMS mirrors and drivers for Laser Beam Scanning
ST MEMS mirrors and ASICs enable high resolution, high brightness and low power Laser Beam Scanning (LBS) projectors for all-day wearable AR Glasses. Other products such as IMU, pressure sensor, ToF, image sensor can be integrated to offer a complete solution for AR applications
LBS is a key technology for AR and ST is the leading company for MEMS mirrors and driving ASICs
Next Generation IMU for AR.MR.XR
Introducing the latest addition to ST's iNEMO Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) Portfolio: the LSM6DSV family, merging high-performance and ultra-low-power while bringing new advanced features
Optical Sensing Solutions
Long Range 3D Time-of-Flight with Metaoptics
This demo is the combination of ST's 3D image sensor with Metalenz's optics manufactured in ST plants. The metasurfaces are designed to focus the photons which results in increasing the ranging distance.
Invited industry session:
Laser Beam Scanning for Near-to-Eye Display Applications: Architectural, Optical, Photonic and Systems Considerations Abstract
Speaker: Bharath Rajagopalan, Director, Strategic Marketing, STMicroelectronics, Inc., and Chair, LaSAR Alliance
February 1, 2023 | 10:30 AM PST
AR | VR | MR Main Stage (Level 3 West)
One of the key challenges for augmented reality is the development of ultra-compact, lightweight, low-power near-to-eye display solutions with good image quality. Laser Beam Scanning (LBS) technologies that utilize advanced MEMS actuation technologies can meet these key requirements and deliver form-factors that enable light weight, fashionable, all-day wearable AR smart glasses with the ability to scale resolution and field-of-view (FoV) with low power consumption.
In this talk, we will discuss the key technologies and solutions, as well as the challenges, behind LBS that enable AR smart glasses, as well as more complex mixed reality HMD devices, including MEMS Micromirror scanners systems, laser diode modules, waveguides and overall LBS systems design considerations."