Company•Malibu, California, United States•
About: HRL Laboratories is a company organization based out in Malibu, California, United States. It is known for research contribution in the topics: Laser & Amplifier. The organization has 3352 authors who have published 5907 publications receiving 169939 citations. The organization is also known as: Hughes Research Laboratories.
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TL;DR: The characteristics of augmented reality systems are described, including a detailed discussion of the tradeoffs between optical and video blending approaches, and current efforts to overcome these problems are summarized.
Abstract: This paper surveys the field of augmented reality AR, in which 3D virtual objects are integrated into a 3D real environment in real time. It describes the medical, manufacturing, visualization, path planning, entertainment, and military applications that have been explored. This paper describes the characteristics of augmented reality systems, including a detailed discussion of the tradeoffs between optical and video blending approaches. Registration and sensing errors are two of the biggest problems in building effective augmented reality systems, so this paper summarizes current efforts to overcome these problems. Future directions and areas requiring further research are discussed. This survey provides a starting point for anyone interested in researching or using augmented reality.
•01 Jan 1971
TL;DR: Optical processes in semiconductors as mentioned in this paper, Optical Process in Semiconductors (OPP), Optical Process of Semiconductor (OPS) and Optical Process (OPI)
Abstract: Optical processes in semiconductors , Optical processes in semiconductors , مرکز فناوری اطلاعات و اطلاع رسانی کشاورزی
TL;DR: In this paper, a new type of metallic structure has been developed that is characterized by having high surface impedance, which is analogous to a corrugated metal surface in which the corrugations have been folded up into lumped-circuit elements and distributed in a two-dimensional lattice.
Abstract: A new type of metallic electromagnetic structure has been developed that is characterized by having high surface impedance. Although it is made of continuous metal, and conducts dc currents, it does not conduct ac currents within a forbidden frequency band. Unlike normal conductors, this new surface does not support propagating surface waves, and its image currents are not phase reversed. The geometry is analogous to a corrugated metal surface in which the corrugations have been folded up into lumped-circuit elements, and distributed in a two-dimensional lattice. The surface can be described using solid-state band theory concepts, even though the periodicity is much less than the free-space wavelength. This unique material is applicable to a variety of electromagnetic problems, including new kinds of low-profile antennas.
TL;DR: Schawlow and Townes as discussed by the authors proposed a technique for the generation of very monochromatic radiation in the infra-red optical region of the spectrum using an alkali vapour as the active medium.
Abstract: Schawlow and Townes1 have proposed a technique for the generation of very monochromatic radiation in the infra-red optical region of the spectrum using an alkali vapour as the active medium. Javan2 and Sanders3 have discussed proposals involving electron-excited gaseous systems. In this laboratory an optical pumping technique has been successfully applied to a fluorescent solid resulting in the attainment of negative temperatures and stimulated optical emission at a wave-length of 6943 A. ; the active material used was ruby (chromium in corundum). After demonstration in 1954 of the 'maser' principle (microwave amplification by stimulated emission of radiation), systems were sought in which the effect occurred in the infrared and visible spectrum. This goal was reached in 1960 when Theodore Maiman achieved optical laser action in ruby.
TL;DR: It is shown that the capacitive charge-storage properties of mesoporous films of iso-oriented alpha-MoO(3) are superior to those of either Mesoporous amorphous material or non-porous crystalline MoO( 3).
Abstract: Capacitive energy storage is technologically attractive because of its short charging times and its ability to deliver more power than batteries. The capacitive charge-storage properties of mesoporous films of MoO3 with iso-oriented grains now lead to pseudocapacitive materials that offer increased energy density while still maintaining high power density.
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