APICBEAM display technology creates free-floating images and videos in mid-air for use in digital communications. Unlike conventional technologies, APICBEAM does not present the image information on a two-dimensional surface, but encodes it in a thin line of light using optical dispersion. The generated image appears like a hologram, can be viewed from all directions and keeps facing all viewers at all times.
APICBEAM is an award-winning high-tech start-up from TU Munich, Germany. APICBEAM was selected as an outstanding research-oriented project by the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy. APICBEAM will be fully funded by EXIST Transfer of Research starting in April 2019.
Demo video: www.APICBEAM.com
Leading optical system design and simulation
Specifying, characterizing, prototyping and testing optical components
Conquering optical challenges (e.g. brightness and color representation) and solving interesting problems in creative ways
Collaborating with mechanical, electrical and software engineers
Helping to make our start-up sucessful
University degree (M.Sc. or equivalent) in Physics, Photonics, or Optical Engineering
Preferably: 2 years of engineering experience, or completed PhD, proven track record of professional experience in optics-design and simulation of complex optical systems