3D패널
3D패널
ASKA3D
Technology
Application

Technology

Technology

Operation Principle and Structure

This technology sends light emitted by an image or object through a special glass plate,
and collects that light on the other side of the plate at the same distance to create an image or object identical to the original.
Also, we have been developing a new production method using not only glass but also plastic.

  • The distance between the original and the plate is identical to the distance between the plate and the projected image.
    However, the size of the projected image and the distance at which an image can be projected depend on the size of the plate.

  • A small plate will only allow you to see the projected image from a specific position in front of it. A large plate, on the other hand, increases the distance at which the image is projected, enlarging your field of vision.

  • Operation Principle

    Transmissive Dihedral Corner Reflector Array As its name suggests, this reflector consists of two orthogonal specular surfaces that reflect the light to project images. The first angle of incidence and the second angle of emergence both have the same reflection angle, and the plate acts as a projection surface for displaying images in midair at a 1:1 ratio.

  • Structure

    The Essential “Made in Japan” Technology The plate consists of methodically positioned vertical mirrors. While the plate may seem like a simple two-layered mirror structure at first, the structure of its regular patterns that are measured in hundreds of microns can only be achieved with the cutting-edge manufacturing technology typical of products that are “Made in Japan.”

  • Characteristics

    The Value of Real Images With ASKA3D-Plate, you do not need a mist-like invisible screen or dedicated glasses to see the projected images. Its technology collects the light emitted by objects within a space, and then disperses the collected light from that space. Thus, you can see the image of an object in that space just like you can see the light emitted by the actual object.