Session Index

Optical Design and Testing

Poster Session II
Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017  15:30-17:00
Presider: -
Room: International Research Building 5F
Paper No.  2017-THU-P0502-P001
Hong-Yi Lin Award Candidate Development of Optical Measurement System for Evaluating Progressive Addition Lenses
Hong-Yi Lin;Chuen-Lin Tien;Kuan-Po Chen;Han-Jie Lin;Shu-Hui Su

We present the optical measurement of the progressive addition lenses (PALs) by Hartmann-Shack wavefront sensor and polarized photoelsticity technique. Four progressive addition lenses with different powers were measured and analyzed. The results show that the proposed system is feasible to evaluate optical characteristics of PALs with non-contact inspection.

Paper No.  2017-THU-P0502-P002
Sung Chun-Te Award Candidate Identification of surface characteristics using polarization lidar
Sung Chun-Te

By control the impressed voltage of liquid crystal to changes the polarization state of the light source and the detection end, to analyzes the surface characteristics of the remote object surface.

Paper No.  2017-THU-P0502-P003
Jing-Huan Lin Award Candidate Optical Scanning Path Analysis for a Coaxial-rotating Prism Pair
Jing-Huan Lin;Shih-Jui Chen;Chao-Wen Liang;Te-yuan Chung;Shih-Che Chien

The study is to analyze optical scanning paths for a coaxial-rotating prism pair. The prisms are rotated by two motors aligned coaxially and full-field scanning can be achieved. Several optical scanning paths are predicted through MATLAB with respect to different rotating speeds of motors.

Paper No.  2017-THU-P0502-P004
Yu-ching Yeh Award Candidate Optical Design of Novel microstructure for Laser Diode Light Guide Plate
Yu-ching Yeh;Yu-Lin Chen;Ting-Yu Liu;Yu-Fu Fang;Yu-Hung Wang;Pin Han

A new type of microstructure light guide plate (LGP) with interface reflection and Brewster angle is proposed. Using the polarized laser diode as the light source, the efficiency of the liquid crystal module can be enhanced up to 60%.

Paper No.  2017-THU-P0502-P005
Wei-Hong Huang Award Candidate Generate Light with OAM in Economical Ways
Wei-Hong Huang;La-o-vorakiat Chan;Chih-Wei Luo;Ekkarat Pongophas

Orbital angular momentum (OAM) has special properties, such as the phase singularity and spatial orthogonality. In this study, we used the optical transparent masks printed by laser printer and LCD display of projector to generate the light bean with OAM, which provide an alternative to the expensive spatial light modulator.

Paper No.  2017-THU-P0502-P006
Wei-Hsiung Tseng Award Candidate A fuel cell used in micro-control optoelectronic components rescue device
Wei-Hsiung Tseng;Kuang-Ching Wang;Wen-Sheng Hsiao;Cheng-Han Chan;Hsin-Yi Ma;Hsiao-Yi Lee

This study used Zinc fuel cell,it can be used in life-saving equipmen.If a shipwreck, drowning person can wear the new micro-control type photovoltaic element rescue apparatus. The lighting and signals of the optoelectronic components allows the rescuers to find every drowning person in a dark sea.

Paper No.  2017-THU-P0502-P007
Yu-Jie Xiao Development of sinusoidal phase modulation grating interferometer for displacement measurement
Zhi-Ying Lin;Yu-Jie Xiao;Ju-Yi Lee

A high-precision displacement measurement system, sinusoidal phase modulation grating interferometer, is developed by integrating heterodyne grating interferometry and digital lock-in technique. Experimental results were consistent with the strain gauge results for several displacement ranges. When only high-frequency noise was considered, our method achieved a measurement resolution of approximately 2 nm.

Paper No.  2017-THU-P0502-P008
CING-HUANG LIN The Study of Simulation Presbyopia For Progressive Addition Lens

The study of simulation presbyopic human eyes for the lens. The lens requires different focal lengths at the same time. It has a curved surface of the progressive make the lens. Analyzed visual angle at Modulation Transfer Function and observed diopter contour distribute by Zemax Opticstudio

Paper No.  2017-THU-P0502-P009
Yu-Chieh Wang A simple system for measuring the twist angle and cell thickness of a twist nematic liquid crystal cell
Wen-Tse Shih;Yu-Chieh Wang;Wei-Yu Liao;Han-Ting Huang

A simple system to measure the twist angle and cell thickness of the twisted nematic liquid crystal is demonstrated in this paper. By measuring the transmittance of the liquid crystal cell with two wavelengths, the twist angle and cell thickness can be obtained.

Paper No.  2017-THU-P0502-P010
Ke-Ching Chang Improvement in Optical Design of the Reflective Non-invasive Blood Glucose Meter
Ke-Ching Chang;Chien-Hua Lu;Ting-Jou Ting;Shih-Hsin Ma

In this study, a non-bilateral symmetrical elliptical mirror (NSEM) is proposed in the non-invasive blood glucose measuring (NBGM). The Henyey-Greenstein model is utilized as the scattering model of the skin. Finally, the optical efficiency of the NBGM with the NSEM is two times of the one with the conventional module.