Visual Computing Lab research wins Best Paper Award at Pacific Graphics 2015

Research lead by Dartmouth's Prof. Wojciech Jarosz in collaboration with Disney Research was presented at Pacific Graphics 2015 last week, where it won the Best Paper Award. The paper describes a novel dispersion-based method for projecting color images using only a white light source and an optical device with no colored components—consisting solely of one or two prisms and two masks printed on transparencies. In the future, the prototype technology could be refined to provide improved spectral color reproduction or increased light efficiency compared to current projection techniques.

For more details, check out the project webpage.