Corning Introduces the Green Laser G-1000 at SID Display Week 2008
Green Lasers are Key Components for Micro-projectors
CORNING, N.Y.– Corning Incorporated (NYSE:GLW) will introduce the Corning® Green Laser G-1000 at the Display Week 2008 conference held by the Society for Information Display (SID) in Los Angeles, Calif., May 18-23. The high efficiency, high speed and small size of the Corning Green Laser G-1000 device were designed for integration into laser-based micro-projectors for embedded handsets and other mobile devices.
“Corning’s Green Laser G-1000 enables brighter, more vibrant, full-color images and a much longer battery life than LED-based solutions. Green laser technology truly creates a new user experience – one where consumers can view, share and interact with mobile multi-media content such as user-generated images and video, mobile television and internet,” said Thomas Mills, business director, green lasers.
Corning has been supplying green lasers to strategic customers in North America and Asia since late 2007 and is now planning production capacity to meet future market demand.
Corning will be delivering two presentations on green laser technology during the event. In a poster session on May 22, the company will describe how high-quality images can be created with Corning green lasers. On May 23, Corning will be presenting a paper authored jointly with Konica Minolta. The paper will detail the Corning Green Laser G-1000 architecture and highlight how adaptive optics can help deliver robust and stable performance in a mobile device that is subjected to daily handling and indoor/outdoor conditions. This paper has been awarded the coveted “Distinguished Contributed Paper” designation by the 2008 SID International Symposium.
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