Webinar Series: The future of Optics is programmable

August 23, 2020 | Online
Theme: “Welcome to Digital Photonics”

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Technology development changed the outlook of education. But still, undergraduate laboratory experiments are too traditional and conservative even in this century where we have smart phones, AI powered video games, and VR glasses.  Our millennials are tech savvy.  If you want to make them engaged in laboratory sessions, first you have to ensure that you provided them sufficient tools as per their intellectual level, which will generate enthusiasm, creativity and passion.

How fascinating for students if their optical laboratory systems are programmable?

“Programmable Optics”- the EDucation Kit introduced by Jasper Display Corporation. Our EDK (EDucation Kit) is a compact, digital, multifunctional basic model Spatial Light Modulator (SLM) widely useful for research and education. Spatial Light Modulator is a multifunctional instrument that can modulate phase, amplitude and polarization in space and time. EDK’s amazing platform can deliver a remarkable sophisticated working environment for students who are keen as mustard to learn, practice and research. With EDK, enthusiastic minds will be trained to manipulate light to explore the infinite possibilities of research in various optical phenomena with a “basic yet sophisticated instrument”. Ultimately, the students will be highly benefited with a simple educational instrument that can open a new research path before them which cannot be given by any other educational optical instrument in an affordable price.

For more information about EDK, please watch the EDK demonstration video titled “ The Future of Optics is Programmable” presented by Prof. Gabriel Spalding, professor of Physics in Illinois Wesleyan University, USA as a part of his course lecture (PHYS 207L Modern Physics Lab).

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  • Gabriel C. Spalding “The future of optics is programmable”, Proc. SPIE 11463, Optical Trapping and Optical Micromanipulation XVII, 114631H (23 August 2020); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2570580


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