How the collective behavior of molecules improves mobile imaging


Peter Clark & Tigran Galstian

(LensVector Inc)

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Date: November 19, 2013


LensVector Inc, is a Sunnyvale company producing a new generation of tunable optical elements based on spatial alignment of molecules enabling the fabrication of electrically variable “molecular” lenses and prisms. Those components are suitable for a number of applications, including providing autofocus capability for miniature digital cameras using no moving parts. We will describe the basic technology behind the LensVector products and some design considerations for camera applications.

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Tigran V. Galstian, CTO, LensVector Inc., is involved in the area of academic research on optical materials and components as well as their applications in imaging, telecommunication and energy.

Peter P. Clark, VP Optics, LensVector Inc., does optical system design and engineering. Before joining LensVector, he was with Flextronics, Polaroid, Honeywell, and American Optical. He is a Fellow of the Optical Society of America.


Created: Wednesday, November 20th, 2013