The Laser Display and Lighting Conference (LDC) is an international conference on laser displays, laser lighting, and related technologies. The 1st, 2nd, 4th, and 6th, 7th LDC were held in Yokohama, Japan in 2012, 2013, 2015, 2017 2018 respectively, and the 3rd in Taichung, Taiwan in 2014, the 5th in Jena, Germany in 2016. The 8th Laser Display and Lighting Conference (LDC2019) will be held on April, 23th - 26th, 2019 in Yokohama, Japan, at Pacifico Yokohama.
The LDC2019 is intended to provide a central forum for the update and review of scientific and technical information on laser display and lighting covering a wide range of fields from fundamental research to systems and applications. The conference is sponsored by the Optical Society of Japan in cooperation with several academic societies and associations.
Paper Deadline: Already closed
Post Deadline paper: Already closed
Early Bird Registration： April 8th, 2019
Call for Papers
LDC2019 Special Issue of Optical Review
The special issue on Laser Displays will be published in Nov/Dec, 2019 issue of OPTICAL REVIEW, the journal edited by the LDC committee and is distributed by Springer. All the authors of LDC2019 are strongly encouraged to submit the original papers to the special issue. Please note that all submissions will be peer-reviewed following the editorial policy of OPTICAL REVIEW. The submissions from invited speakers are also welcome. Manuscript should follow Optical review submission guidelines "Instructions for Preparation of Manuscript" and be submitted in the electronic form on the internet.
Submission Deadline: Extended to June 30th.
For details, please visit the submission site:
and select "ARTICLE TYPE" as "S.I.: LDC2019"
- co-chair：Kazuhisa Yamamoto
- co-chair：Norihiro Ohse
- co-chair：Sunao Kurimura
- co-chair：Tetsuya Yagi
- co-chair：Fergal Shevlin
- co-chair：Shining Zhu
LDC2019 covers the laser display / lighting technology in the following major topical fields;
A.Lasers and light sources
Visible lasers, LED, Solid-state light sources, Phosphor, Fluorescent materials, Wavelength conversion materials, Optoelectronic materials
Spatial light modulator, High-speed scanner, MEMS, Active-matrix integration, Projection components, Display drivers and interfaces
C.Imaging / Lighting Technologies and Devices
Projector, 3D imaging, Holography, Head worn display, Eyewear, Laser backlight unit
D.Image / Lighting Quality and Human Vision
Speckle, Color speckle, Image quality evaluation, Color reproduction, Color management, Color appearance, Eye safety, Laser safety
E.Systems and Applications
Projection TV, LCD, 3D, Projector, Head mounted display, Eyewear, Lighting technology, Touch technology, Biomedical imaging, Industrial imaging, Laser entertainment, AR, VR, MR, XR, Wearables
F.Laser Applications for Automotive
Headlight, Rear light, Fog light, Rear fog light, Head up display, Console display, Light carpet, LiDAR, Vehicle communication, Environment sensor
G.Novel and emerging technologies
H.Measurement and Standardization
The session with LEDIA and IP will be held.
LDC Best Paper Award and Student Award
The program committee of LDC will select the best paper award and the student award from papers presented at LDC2019. The winners will be announced at the closing ceremony.
LDC Best Pper Award
LDC-2-04Evaluation of Adaptive Shifted Superimposition Technique for Enhancing the Projector Resolution*Svein Arne Jervell Hansen1,3, Muhammad Nadeem Akram1, Jon Yngve Hardeberg2(1. Univeristy of South-Eastern Norway, 2. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, 3. Barco )
LDC-5-03Laser-phosphor light source with luminance up to 2000Mcd/m2*Koji Takahashi1, Karl Welna2, Valerie Berryman- Bousquet2, Mattia Signoretto2, Toru Kanno1, Hirokazu Ichinose1, Hidenori Kawanishi1(1. SHARP coporation, 2. Sharp Laboratories of Europe Ltd.)
LDC Student Award
LDC-P-03Holographic display using binary phase modulation by image segmetation method*Kento Kurosawa1, Xiangyu Quan1, Kouichi Nitta1, Osamu Matoba1(1. Kobe University)
LDC-5-04Generation of multi-wavelength yellow-orange lasers using chi(2) chirped nonlinear photonic crystals*To-Fan Pan1, Kai-Hsun Chang1,2, Jhih-Yong Han1, Jui-Hung Hung3, Azzedine Boudrioua2, Hiroyuki Yokoyama3, Katrin Paschke4, Lung-Han Peng1,3(1. National Taiwan University, 2. Université Paris 13, 3. Tohoku University, 4. Leibniz-Institut für Höchstfrequenztechnik)