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US2015138483A1
Thermal Carrier For An LCOS Display Panel And Associated Methods
Publication/Patent Number: US2015138483A1 Publication Date: 2015-05-21 Application Number: 14/086,703 Filing Date: 2013-11-21 Inventor: Lin, Wei-feng   Fan chun sheng   Assignee: OmniVision Technologies, Inc.   IPC: G02F1/1333 Abstract: A thermal carrier and method control a temperature of an LCOS display panel. The temperature of the LCOS display panel is determined Electrical power to a heating element within a thermal carrier carrying the LCOS display panel is increased when the temperature of the LCOS display panel is below a first temperature threshold and electrical power to the heating element is decreased when the temperature of the LCOS display panel is above a second temperature threshold.
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US9182622B2
Thermal carrier for an LCOS display panel and associated methods
Publication/Patent Number: US9182622B2 Publication Date: 2015-11-10 Application Number: 14/086,703 Filing Date: 2013-11-21 Inventor: Lin, Wei-feng   Fan chun sheng   Assignee: OmniVision Technologies, Inc.   IPC: G02F1/1333 Abstract: A thermal carrier and method control a temperature of an LCOS display panel. The temperature of the LCOS display panel is determined. Electrical power to a heating element within a thermal carrier carrying the LCOS display panel is increased when the temperature of the LCOS display panel is below a first temperature threshold and electrical power to the heating element is decreased when the temperature of the LCOS display panel is above a second temperature threshold.
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TW201502578A
Near-eye display systems
Publication/Patent Number: TW201502578A Publication Date: 2015-01-16 Application Number: 103117953 Filing Date: 2014-05-22 Inventor: Huang, Wei-feng   Fan, Chun Sheng   Wang, Yen Sung   Liu, Yi Wei   Assignee: OMNIVISION TECHNOLOGIES, INC.   IPC: G02B5/30 Abstract: A near-eye display device includes (a) a display unit having a liquid-crystal-on-silicon (LCOS) display and a first polarizing beam splitter interface for (i) reflecting illumination light from an illumination module towards the liquid-crystal-on-silicon display and (ii) transmitting display light from the LCOS display based on the illumination light
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TW201502579A
Systems and methods for aligning a near-eye display device
Publication/Patent Number: TW201502579A Publication Date: 2015-01-16 Application Number: 103117954 Filing Date: 2014-05-22 Inventor: Huang, Wei-feng   Fan, Chun Sheng   Wang, Yen Sung   Liu, Yi Wei   Assignee: OMNIVISION TECHNOLOGIES, INC.   IPC: G02B27/01 Abstract: A near-eye display system includes (a) a near-eye display device
85
US2015228680A1
Infrared Reflection/Absorption Layer For Reducing Ghost Image of Infrared Reflection Noise And Image Sensor Using the Same
Publication/Patent Number: US2015228680A1 Publication Date: 2015-08-13 Application Number: 14/696,630 Filing Date: 2015-04-27 Inventor: Lin, Wei-feng   Chien, Yeh-an   Fan chun sheng   Assignee: OmniVision Technologies, Inc.,   IPC: H01L27/146 Abstract: An image sensor includes a photosensing element for receiving infrared (IR) radiation and detecting the IR radiation and generating an electrical signal indicative of the IR radiation. A redistribution layer (RDL) is disposed under the photosensing element, the RDL comprising pattern of conductors for receiving the electrical signal. An IR reflection layer, an IR absorption layer or an isolation layer is disposed between the photosensing element and the RDL. The IR reflection layer, IR absorption layer or isolation layer provides a barrier to IR radiation such that the IR radiation does not impinge upon the RDL. As a result, a ghost image of the RDL is not generated, resulting in reduced noise and improved sensitivity and performance of the image sensor.
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US9184200B2
Infrared reflection/absorption layer for reducing ghost image of infrared reflection noise and image sensor using the same
Publication/Patent Number: US9184200B2 Publication Date: 2015-11-10 Application Number: 14/696,630 Filing Date: 2015-04-27 Inventor: Lin, Wei-feng   Chien, Yeh-an   Fan chun sheng   Assignee: Omnivision Technologies, Inc.   IPC: H01L27/00 Abstract: An image sensor includes a photosensing element for receiving infrared (IR) radiation and detecting the IR radiation and generating an electrical signal indicative of the IR radiation. A redistribution layer (RDL) is disposed under the photosensing element, the RDL comprising pattern of conductors for receiving the electrical signal. An IR reflection layer, an IR absorption layer or an isolation layer is disposed between the photosensing element and the RDL. The IR reflection layer, IR absorption layer or isolation layer provides a barrier to IR radiation such that the IR radiation does not impinge upon the RDL. As a result, a ghost image of the RDL is not generated, resulting in reduced noise and improved sensitivity and performance of the image sensor.
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US9111832B2
Infrared reflection/absorption layer for reducing ghost image of infrared reflection noise and image sensor using the same
Publication/Patent Number: US9111832B2 Publication Date: 2015-08-18 Application Number: 13/662,640 Filing Date: 2012-10-29 Inventor: Lin, Wei-feng   Chien, Yeh-an   Fan chun sheng   Assignee: OmniVision Technologies,Inc.   IPC: H01L27/146 Abstract: An image sensor includes a photosensing element for receiving infrared (IR) radiation and detecting the IR radiation and generating an electrical signal indicative of the IR radiation. A redistribution layer (RDL) is disposed under the photosensing element, the RDL comprising pattern of conductors for receiving the electrical signal. An IR reflection layer, an IR absorption layer or an isolation layer is disposed between the photosensing element and the RDL. The IR reflection layer, IR absorption layer or isolation layer provides a barrier to IR radiation such that the IR radiation does not impinge upon the RDL. As a result, a ghost image of the RDL is not generated, resulting in reduced noise and improved sensitivity and performance of the image sensor.
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HK1199305A1
SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR ALIGNING A NEAR-EYE DISPLAY DEVICE
Publication/Patent Number: HK1199305A1 Publication Date: 2015-06-26 Application Number: 14112845 Filing Date: 2014-12-23 Inventor: Liu, Yi-wei   Fan chun sheng   Huang, Wei-feng   Wang, Yen-sung   Assignee: OMNIVISION TECHNOLOGIES INC.   IPC: G02B
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HK1202639A1
NEAR-EYE DISPLAY SYSTEMS
Publication/Patent Number: HK1202639A1 Publication Date: 2015-10-02 Application Number: 15103088 Filing Date: 2015-03-26 Inventor: Liu, Yi-wei   Fan chun sheng   Huang, Wei-feng   Wang, Yen-sung   Assignee: OMNIVISION TECHNOLOGIES INC.   IPC: G02B
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TW201411196A
Device and method for reducing speckle in projected images
Publication/Patent Number: TW201411196A Publication Date: 2014-03-16 Application Number: 102123505 Filing Date: 2013-07-01 Inventor: Fan, Chun Sheng   Assignee: OMNIVISION TECHNOLOGIES, INC.   IPC: G02B27/48 Abstract: An image projector includes a light source for displaying light and a diffusing screen coupled to an in-plane vibrator. The diffusing screen is positioned to receive the display light from the light source and generate phase-modulated display light. The image projector also includes a collimating element positioned to receive the phase-modulated display light. The image projector further includes a display panel positioned to receive the phase-modulated display light after being collimated by the collimating element. The display panel is configured to generate a projectable image using the phase-modulated display light.
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US8905548B2
Device and method for reducing speckle in projected images
Publication/Patent Number: US8905548B2 Publication Date: 2014-12-09 Application Number: 13/593,316 Filing Date: 2012-08-23 Inventor: Fan chun sheng   Assignee: OmniVision Technologies, Inc.   IPC: G03B21/14 Abstract: An image projector includes a light source for displaying light and a diffusing screen coupled to an in-plane vibrator. The diffusing screen is positioned to receive the display light from the light source and generate phase-modulated display light. The image projector also includes a collimating element positioned to receive the phase-modulated display light. The image projector further includes a display panel positioned to receive the phase-modulated display light after being collimated by the collimating element. The display panel is configured to generate a projectable image using the phase-modulated display light.
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US2014055755A1
DEVICE AND METHOD FOR REDUCING SPECKLE IN PROJECTED IMAGES
Publication/Patent Number: US2014055755A1 Publication Date: 2014-02-27 Application Number: 13/593,316 Filing Date: 2012-08-23 Inventor: Fan chun sheng   Assignee: OmniVision Technologies, Inc.   IPC: G03B21/14 Abstract: An image projector includes a light source for displaying light and a diffusing screen coupled to an in-plane vibrator. The diffusing screen is positioned to receive the display light from the light source and generate phase-modulated display light. The image projector also includes a collimating element positioned to receive the phase-modulated display light. The image projector further includes a display panel positioned to receive the phase-modulated display light after being collimated by the collimating element. The display panel is configured to generate a projectable image using the phase-modulated display light.
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TW201417249A
Infrared reflection/absorption layer for reducing ghost image of infrared reflection noise and image sensor using the same
Publication/Patent Number: TW201417249A Publication Date: 2014-05-01 Application Number: 102100322 Filing Date: 2013-01-04 Inventor: Chien, Yeh An   Lin, Wei Feng   Fan, Chun Sheng   Assignee: OMNIVISION TECHNOLOGIES, INC.   IPC: H01L27/146 Abstract: An image sensor includes a photosensing element for receiving infrared (IR) radiation and detecting the IR radiation and generating an electrical signal indicative of the IR radiation. A redistribution layer (RDL) is disposed under the photosensing element
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US2014117203A1
Infrared Reflection/Absorption Layer For Reducing Ghost Image of Infrared Reflection Noise And Image Sensor Using the Same
Publication/Patent Number: US2014117203A1 Publication Date: 2014-05-01 Application Number: 13/662,640 Filing Date: 2012-10-29 Inventor: Lin, Wei-feng   Chien, Yeh-an   Fan chun sheng   Assignee: OMNIVISION TECHNOLOGIES, INC.   IPC: G01J1/24 Abstract: An image sensor includes a photo sensing element for receiving infrared (IR) radiation and detecting the IR radiation and generating an electrical signal indicative of the IR radiation. A redistribution layer (RDL) is disposed under the photo sensing element, the RDL comprising pattern of conductors for receiving the electrical signal. An IR reflection layer, an IR absorption layer or an isolation layer is disposed between the photosensing element and the RDL. The IR reflection layer, IR absorption layer or isolation layer provides a barrier to IR radiation such that the IR radiation does not impinge upon the RDL. As a result, a ghost image of the RDL is not generated, resulting in reduced noise and improved sensitivity and performance of the image sensor.
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US2014347736A1
Systems And Methods For Aligning A Near-Eye Display Device
Publication/Patent Number: US2014347736A1 Publication Date: 2014-11-27 Application Number: 20/141,427 Filing Date: 2014-05-15 Inventor: Chien, Yeh-an   Fan chun sheng   Huang, Wei-feng   Liu, Yi-wei   Assignee: OmniVision Technologies, Inc.   IPC: G02B27/01 Abstract: A near-eye display system includes (a) a near-eye display device
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US2014347572A1
Near-eye display systems
Publication/Patent Number: US2014347572A1 Publication Date: 2014-11-27 Application Number: 20/141,427 Filing Date: 2014-05-15 Inventor: Fan chun sheng   Liu, Yi-wei   Cheng, Chao-kai   Wang, Yen-sung   Assignee: OmniVision Technologies, Inc.   IPC: G02B27/01 Abstract: A near-eye display device includes (a) a display unit having a liquid-crystal-on-silicon (LCOS) display and a first polarizing beam splitter interface for (i) reflecting illumination light from an illumination module towards the liquid-crystal-on-silicon display and (ii) transmitting display light from the LCOS display based on the illumination light
97
TW201140224A
Projection system for alternately outputting different polarized image light sources and method of using the same
Publication/Patent Number: TW201140224A Publication Date: 2011-11-16 Application Number: 99114621 Filing Date: 2010-05-07 Inventor: Fan chun sheng   Assignee: HOE DISPLAY CORP.   IPC: G02B27/26 Abstract: A projection system for alternately outputting different polarized image light sources includes a PBS module
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US2011273633A1
PROJECTION SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR ALTERNATELY OUTPUTTING DIFFERENT POLARIZED IMAGE LIGHT SOURCES
Publication/Patent Number: US2011273633A1 Publication Date: 2011-11-10 Application Number: 12/950,274 Filing Date: 2010-11-19 Inventor: Fan chun sheng   Assignee: JASPER DISPLAY CORP.   IPC: G02F1/13363 Abstract: A projection system for alternately outputting different polarized image light sources includes a polarizing beam splitting module, an image display module and a light polarization switch module. The polarizing beam splitting module has at least one polarizing beam splitting element for intermittently receiving a plurality of input light sources according to different time sequences. The image display module has at least one reflective image display panel disposed beside a first side of the polarizing beam splitting element. The light polarization switch module has at least one transmission LCD light valve disposed beside a second side of the polarizing beam splitting element. Therefore, the image light sources with P polarization and the image light sources with S polarization can be intermittently and alternatively projected from the projection lens onto the surface of the object by switching the transmission LCD light valve to ON/OFF state according to different time sequences.
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US7803229B2
Apparatus and method for compensating uniformity of film thickness
Publication/Patent Number: US7803229B2 Publication Date: 2010-09-28 Application Number: 11/675,401 Filing Date: 2007-02-15 Inventor: Kuan, Da-shuang   Fan chun sheng   Lin, Chia-te   Assignee: Himax Display, Inc.   IPC: C23C16/00 Abstract: An apparatus and a method for compensating uniformity of film thickness are provided. A shielding plate is provided between a vapor deposition object and a evaporation source. During the vapor deposition process, a shielding plate is continuously moved according to film deposition rates, so as to selectively pass or block atoms emitted from the evaporation source to achieve purpose of adjustably depositing.
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US2009009726A1
MULTI-PRIMARY-COLOR DIGITAL LIGHT SPLITTING AND COMBINING SYSTEM AND METHOD, AND DIGITAL PROJECTOR
Publication/Patent Number: US2009009726A1 Publication Date: 2009-01-08 Application Number: 11/772,989 Filing Date: 2007-07-03 Inventor: Kuan, Da-shuang   Fan chun sheng   Chang, Li-bin   Lin, Chia-te   Assignee: UNITED MICRODISPLAY OPTRONICS CORP.   IPC: G02B27/14 Abstract: A multi-primary-color light splitting and combining system, includes a dichroic device, receiving an incident light beam and splitting into a first light beam having a first wavelength range and a second light beam having a second wavelength range. The first wavelength range in wavelength value is larger than the second wavelength range. A first polarized beam splitter receives the first light beam and splits out a first polarization beam having a first predetermined polarization state. A second polarized beam splitter receives the second light beam and splits out a second polarization beam having a second predetermined polarization state. A first and a second reflective displaying panels respectively receive the first and second polarization light beams, and reflect first and second sets of image information with respect to multiple primary colors. A polarized beam splitter combines first and second sets of image information to form an image light beam.
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