LightSpace Technologies has signed a contract with CFLA

Project (1.1.1.1/18/A/120) “Improvement of Electro-Optical Characteristics of Liquid Crystal Shutters”.

September 10, 2019

LightSpace Technologies has successfully finished the first period (Q2, 2019) in the project “Improvement of Electro-Optical Characteristics of Liquid Crystal Shutters” (project number 1.1.1.1/18/A/120).

According to the project timeline, LightSpace Technologies and EUROLCDS have been working on first activities – preparation of different experimental material samples and further research in cooperation with scientific institutes. Institute of Solid State Physics has completed initial material characterization for optical stack calculations and Latvian Institute of Organic Synthesis is currently preparing samples for display prototypes. The project is planned to be completed by the end of March 2021.

The main objective of the proposed project is to gain deeper knowledge about improving electrooptical characteristics of cholesteric-type liquid crystal optical shutter (diffuser) elements with the primary field of application in volumetric 3D display systems.

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March 28, 2019

LightSpace Technologies has signed a contract with Central Finance and Contracting Agency of Latvia (CFLA) on the realization of project “Improvement of Electro-Optical Characteristics of Liquid Crystal Shutters” (1.1.1.1/18/A/120) on March 28, 2019. EUROLCDS is the main partner in project realization and will be working on the implementation of experimental technology in production. The project is planned to be completed by the end of March 2021.

The main objective of the proposed project is to gain deeper knowledge for improving electrooptical characteristics of cholesteric-type liquid crystal optical shutter (diffuser) elements with the primary field of application in the volumetric 3D display systems.

The scientific research of materials and coatings will be made in cooperation with the Institute of Solid State Physics and Latvian Institute of Organic Synthesis on the basis of the agreement.

Total project costs are EUR 0.8 million (including ineligible costs EUR 98 127.73 which will be covered by companies own resources and European Union Regional Development Fund will cover EUR 514 530.55).