Nitto Denko Technical Corporation has succeeded in developing a novel, organic photorefractive (PR) material by utilizing unique polymer design and synthetic technology. The PR material not only shows high diffraction efficiency and fast response time, but long-term phase stability also. more info...
- - World's First Novel, High-performance Rewritable Holographic 3D Display Successfully Developed Jointly with University of Arizona -
Nitto Denko Technical Corporation (NDT) has successfully developed a novel, image-rewritable holographic display jointly with an American research team led by Prof. N. Peyghambarian of the University of Arizona.
NDT succeeded for the first time in the world in developing a holographic display with an outstanding image persistence as well as image updating capability, by taking advantage of Nitto Denko's proprietary organic photorefractive material demonstrating both a diffraction efficiency at the world's highest level and a fast writing speed, says Nitto Denko. The company foresees applications for the holographic display in devices and apparatuses requiring three-dimensional visualization in the fields such as medical care, industrial operation and security assurance.
For the readers' information, the system setup as well as the basic scientific principles and other details of the latest development are presented in an article in the February 7 issue of the world-renowned scientific journal "Nature".more info..
We has been developing polymer based novel nonlinear optical chromophore (NLO) and matrix polymer, by utilizing our chromophore synthetic technologies and computer molecular orbital calculation designing techniques. The NDT materials show high electro-optical performances and
long-term thermal stability, compared to inorganic materials. Currently, we are designing novel device structure, by using the easy process, flexibility, and lo cost features. more info..