The development of a platform to mix active imaging sensors into an Augmented Reality Environment. The system makes use of a 2D LiDAR modified into a 3D LiDAR on a mesh network. The 2D LiDAR, alongside a custom designed mount gives the ability to provide a slow rotation rate 3D LiDAR scan of the environment in conjunction with 3D active imaging and sensors. The data can then interpreted by the Unity game engine to be used in applications with multiperspective features in Augmented Reality. The goal of this work is to explore this collected data and apply it to immersive technology applications developed as means towards ongoing open source development.
Parallel-coupled dual racetrack micro-resonator structures have potential applications for quadrature amplitude
modulation. Fabrication of parallel-coupled dual racetrack silicon micro-resonators was conducted, while overcoming
for some barriers to fabrication. Fabrication process limitations and design considerations are discussed. Fabrication
results are presented. Some barriers to fabrication include stitching and overdosing in electron beam lithography. A
multi-input and output test bed with optical and electrical control was necessary for device characterization. The
characterization of the fabricated devices is presented, along with the related procedures. Some of the tests performed are
wavelength scans and top surface scans.