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Lemoptix: MEMS-scanning mirrors and laser-based micro-projectors

Seminar: Departmental | February 8 | 12:10-1 p.m. | 253m Cory Hall


Dr. Nicolas Abelé - CTO and Co-Founder, Lemoptix

Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences (EECS)


Lemoptix is a company developing MEMS-scanning mirror and laser-based micro-projectors. Founded in 2008 after 10 years of technology development, the company has achieved to develop the smallest micro-projector optical engine in the word, meeting the technical requirement for mobile phone integration.

On the MEMS mirror side, Lemoptix proposes a set of standard and custom 1D and 2D MEMS mirror for a wide range of application, spanning from high tech optical coherence tomography to consumer printer, enabling smaller size, lower power consumption and higher precision performances.

In the seminar, Lemoptix will present key working principle and benefits of its magnetically actuated MEMS scanning mirror and micro-projection module, followed by a live demonstration of the entire projection system.

feel free to bring your own lunch


quack@eecs.berkeley.edu, 805 455 84 12