IDW '18
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I-DEMO (Innovative Demonstration Session) offers an opportunity for an interdisciplinary technical demonstration/discussion in a larger space, more preparation and demonstration time than in the Author Interviews.


Date & Place

Date: December 13, 2018
Time: 11:40 - 15:50
Place: Event Hall (1F, Building 1)


IDW '18 Demonstrations

UXC2 - 4L Dissemination Activities of Simple Haptic Devices
S. Takeuchi (Freelance Engineer / Researcher, Japan )
LCT2 - 3 Modern Display Applications Based on ESH Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals
A. K. Srivastava, L. Shi, H.-S. Kwok (Hong Kong Univ. of S&T, Hong Kong )
  We disclose a 3-in. 250 ppi active matrix field sequential color display panel based on electrically suppressed ferroelectric liquid crystal (FLC). FLC's fast response time under low operation voltage (~10 µs at 6.67 V/µm) enables field sequential color display operations with 60 Hz frame rate and 360 Hz FLC driving frequency. The specific 3T1C pixel circuit is designed to generate a continuous grayscale from FLC binary switching mechanism by utilizing pulse width modulation concept. The gray scale of 8 bit for each R, G, B color is achieved. Link:
LCTp4 - 15L Design of a Liquid Crystal Device Suitable for Automotive Smart Windows
S.-J. Lee*, S.-Y. Eom*, D.-S. Yoon**, H.-S. Yang*, E.-J. Kim*, H.-S. Yoo**, S.-B. Kwon*'** (*Hoseo Univ., Korea **NDIS, Korea )
OLED2 - 5L A Modern Approach for Characterizing Burn-In Artifacts for High Dynamic Range Displays
J. S. Park, J. Kim, S. Jung, J. Langehennig*, D. Lee, B. Min (Samsung Elect., Korea *Samsung Elect. America, USA )
  A demonstration about display image sticking (burn-in) is to be shown. In our previous study, image sticking or burn-in on display products has been investigated. The studies were focused on unveiling practical method and phenomenon on modern high dynamic range displays. In the I-DEMO session, risks of image sticking problem on displays screens will be disclosed for real consumers and experts.
OLEDp1 - 16L Full Roll-to-Roll Fabrication Process of Large-Area Flexible OLED with Silver-Nanowire Transparent Electrode
C. Kim, S. Jeong, S. M. Cho (Sungkyunkwan Univ., Korea )
  Large-area flexible OLED panels were fabricated by a roll-to-roll thermal evaporator. The panels were fabricated on the silver-nanowire embedded flexible transparent electrode with barrier layer inserted between electrode and PET substrate. The barrier layer was composed of the organic polymer layer and inorganic Al2O3 layer. Organic polymer layer was deposited by plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition (PECVD) and the inorganic Al2O3 layer was deposited with atomic layer deposition (ALD). Both depositions were carried out in a vacuum roll-to-roll equipment. All fabrication process for OLED panels were a roll-to-roll process which could reduce the process time and cost.
3D2/DES1 - 1 Hidden Stereo: Synthesizing Ghost-Free Stereoscopic Images for Viewers without 3D Glasses
T. Fukiage, T. Kawabe, S. Nishida (NTT, Japan )
  When a conventional stereoscopic display is viewed without 3D glasses, image blurs, or 'ghosts', are visible due to the fusion of stereo image pairs. We overcome this limitation by synthesizing ghost-free stereoscopic images based on phase-based control of stereo disparity.
3D3 - 2 Realization of Deep Viewing Zone with Adaptive Time-Division Multiplexing Parallax Barrier
A. Hayashishita, H. Kakeya (Univ. of Tsukuba, Japan )
  We demonstrate an autostereoscopic display with adaptive time-division multiplexing barrier. A full-HD stereoscopic image can be observed without wearing any special glasses or markers. The depth of the viewing zone becomes deep by applying time-division quadruplexing when the observer is close to the display while applying time-division triplexing when the observer is far from the display.
3D3 - 4 A Novel Eye Tracking System to Expand Viewing Area in All Directions for Glasses-Free 3D Display Displayable in Both Portrait and Landscape Modes
H. Nakamura, G. Hamagishi, K. Yoshimoto, H. Takahashi, T. Matsumoto*, K. Kusafuka* (Osaka City Univ., Japan *Kyocera, Japan )
  We will demonstrate a novel eye tracking system to expand the viewing area in all directions for glasses-free 3D display displayable in both portrait and landscape modes. We use a depth camera for eye tracking. Its viewing area is extremely expanded by dividing single screen into multiple areas and controlling binocular images positions of each area. Therefore, the viewer does not need to keep optimum viewing distance. You can enjoy high quality stereoscopic images in a very wide range.
3Dp1 - 5 A Flexible Pipeline from a Single-View Camera to a Stacked-Layer Light-Field Display
T. Hidaka, K. Maruyama, T. Fujiwara, K. Takahashi, T. Fujii (Nagoya Univ., Japan )
  We have developed a flexible pipeline from a single-view camera to a layered light-field display. We obtain from the camera not only a color image but also a depth map with the aid of structured illumination. Using these information, we synthesized multi-view images and displayed them on the layered display. We developed a flexible pipeline consisting of depth estimation with structured illumination, depth-image-based rendering, refinement using a CNN and conversion to the layer patterns for the light-field display. Through the simulations and experiments, we demonstrated that our pipeline works well.
3Dp1 - 6 Implementation of Table-Top Light Field Display
K. Maruyama, H. Kojima, K. Takahashi, T. Fujii (Nagoya Univ., Japan )
  A stacked layer display is a kind of light field display that can express dozens of viewpoints with several LCDs. In our previous research, we implemented a vertical type layered display that is erected and observed from the front. Meanwhile, in this paper, we develop a table-top layered display that is placed on a horizontal surface and observed from oblique directions.
3Dp1 - 19L Light Field Video Camera and Display Using Similar Microlens Array
M. Ito*'**, M. Nakajima**, T. Iwane**, Y. Kokumai**, Y. Makino*, H. Shinoda* (*Univ. of Tokyo, Japan **Nikon, Japan )
  This demonstration is a light field video system. This system can capture and display a stereoscopic image in real time. The image is captured in a resolution of 4K and displayed in 8K.  The camera and the display have similar micro lens arrays. The number of viewpoints generated by the light field is 6 (H) * 8 (V). The user can perceive a stereoscopic image using motion parallax.
VHFp6/3Dp3 - 1 Study on Subjective Depth Evaluation for Holographic Head-mounted Display
H. Kubo, Y. Oguro, Y. Sakamoto (Hokkaido Univ., Japan )
  We demonstrate holographic head-mounted displays (HMDs). This HMD can observe holography and we are considering application as augmented-reality (AR). We are planning to prepare various reconstructed images. The audience can enjoy holographic technology and AR experience.
PRJ5 - 3 Optimization of Vertical View Human Skeleton Recognition from Range Images
A. Watanabe, T. Kamimura (Hitachi, Japan )
  We developed the rule based technique of the sequential search method as a person estimation technique from upward view range image of TOF sensor. We show the result of person estimation using a TOF sensor.
EP1 - 3 Prototyping of e-Tile
M. Omodani, Y. Adachi, H. Shibata* (Tokai Univ., Japan *Fuji Xerox, Japan )
  A novel concept of an unit display “e-Tile”, is introduced for covering large-area. A typical e-Tile configuration, in which 100 pixels are mounted on a 100 mm square board, was designed and prototyped. A demonstration of arrayed “e-Tile” will be shown in I-DEMO session. Special features of “e-Tile” is its low power consumption, low panel cost, and light weight. One promising application of “e-Tile” is an unobtrusive information board, which is far less annoying than the conventional vivid LED/LCD in public spaces.
MEET3 - 4 Process Optimization for TFT Integrated MEMS Shutter Display
S. A. A. Nusayer, P. Schalberger, H. Baur, C. Jurgschat, N. Fruehauf (Univ. of Stuttgart, Germany )
  MEMS shutter based display prototypes based on prestressed microelectromechanical shutters co-fabricated with top-gate a-Si:H TFTs will be demonstrated. The transmissive display prototypes (up to 1 inch with 150 ppi depending on the designs) consist of a single TFT and two electrostatic MEMS shutters per pixel. The display prototypes show feasibility of robust large area MEMS manufacturing process with existing display manufacturing equipment. The audiences can enjoy the simple (full display requires only 6 lithographic masks) yet highly efficient (more than 30% light transmission) display without any lossy elements (e.g. color filter, polarizer).
DES5 - 2 HEVC Software Media Player for Ultra-high-quality Video: 8K and Beyond
M. Alvarez-Mesa, C. C. Chi (Spin Digital Video Techs. GmbH, Germany )
INP1 - 1 Smart Rubber Technology and Its Applications
K. Nakano, T. Murase (Sumitomo Riko, Japan )
INP1 - 4L Force Sensitive Tactile Feedback Touchscreen Featuring Texture and Click Sensations
Y. Yang, H. Hiroshi, H. Sasaki, T. Asai, K. Shigemura (Tianma Japan, Japan )
INP2 - 2 Hybrid Time-of-Flight Range Image Sensors Using High-Speed Multiple-Tap Charge Modulation Pixels
S. Kawahito*'**, K. Yasutomi*, K. Mars*, K. Kagawa*, S. Aoyama** (*Shizuoka Univ., Japan **Brookman Tech., Japan )
INP3 - 1 Capacitive Touch Panel with Non-Conductive and Conductive Object Distinction for In-Cell LCD and OLED
J. de D. B. Mugiraneza, D. Gallardo*, Y. Sugita, T. Maruyama, K. Kida, S. Yamagishi, T. Yamamoto (Sharp, Japan, *Sharp Labs of Europe, UK)
  We show a 6-in. OLED display demo with Capacitive Touch Panel enabling with detection of conductive and non-conductive objects. 3-D map GUI is used to show signal detection of conductive and non-conductive. This is promising as it may allow input by any object and a more added-value touch UI. It is suitable for input with thicker gloves on touch display for automotive and industrial application. In education, it may provide a low cost and good performance writing UI using passive stylus and eraser. This technology is based on In-cell technology and compatible to both LCD and OLED display.
INP3 - 2 Large Size In-Cell Capacitive Touch Panel and Force Touch Development for Automotive
N. Takada, C. Tanaka, T. Tanaka, Y. Kakinoki, T. Nakanishi, N. Goto (Japan Display, Japan)
  We will demonstrate World's largest 16.7-in. In-cell touch panel. This panel also has curved-shaped and non-rectangular characteristics. In addition, force touch panel based on In-cell-touch technology for automotive displays will be exhibited.
INP3 - 4 Knob on Display: Movable Ring-Shaped Dial Interaction for Automotive Center Display
Y. Sasaki (Mitsubishi Elec., Japan )
  We demonstrate a novel user interaction for automotive center information display with movable ring-shaped dial. This device can detect the dial positions and many dial operations such as rotation, slide and grab using only capacitive type touch display. In the demonstration, proposed dial are used to select destination as follows. Destination list are displayed when the dial is grabbed. Rotating the dial scrolls the list. After that, a driver can select a destination by press-sliding the dial to the right. In this way, it is possible to interact more variously and safely without visual attention.
INP4 - 3 3D User Interfaces Based on AR/VR
T. Komuro (Saitama Univ., Japan )
INP5 - 1 Glass-Based Capacitive Fingerprint Sensor Package
D. Suzuki, T. Uehara, Y. Suzuki, F. Nakano, Y. Ozeki (Japan Display, Japan )
  We will demonstrate our glass-based fingerprint sensor package that shows good enough performance as a fingerprint sensor. Our demo system consists of a laptop (PC) and LGA package and control board. The fingerprint is sensed by LGA package, and the fingerprint data is transferred to the laptop (PC), through control board, including AFE. When the audiences touch LGA package by their finger, the fingerprint image appears on laptop screen. This is the first demonstration of the glass-based fingerprint package, including how it works.
INP5 - 3L NFC Antenna Integrated Capacitive Touch Display
T. Maruyama, K. Kida, S. Yamagishi, J. de. D. B. Mugiraneza, T. Yamamoto, Y. Sugita (Sharp, Japan )