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The pixels (28) of the first column (54) and last column (66), and of the first row (60) and of the last row (72) are controlled in conjunction with emitters (52, 58) and detectors (64, 70) with associated mirrors (74, 80, 82, 84) to create a sequence of light beams that extend across the display panel (12) in both the X and Y directions.Whenever a stylus (86) is placed near the display panel, two orthogonal light beams are interrupted corresponding to the X and Y positions of the stylus (86) relative to the display panel (12).(b) emitter means associated with a first column of elements for projecting light toward those elements, the first column of elements being controllable for assuming a transparent state and an opaque state, the light propagating through any one of the first column of elements that is in the transparent state;2.The coupling is achieved by the use a tapered waveguide section (12). This invention embodies an integrated optical package including an optical component having an asymmetric modal output, and a lens integrated with the component for coupling to another component having a large modal area.The coupling is achieved by the use a tapered waveguide section (12).A light transmitter and an imaging device are optically coupled to the molded waveguide substrate, and a processing device is coupled to the imaging device. With either a touch screen or a pen-based screen, a user may input data by touching the display screen with either a finger or an input device such as a stylus or pen.The processing device is configured to determine a data entry to the touch screen by deciphering the coordinates of an interrupt in the light created in the free space adjacent the touch screen device when a data entry is being made to the touch screen device.filling the negative grooves with an optically transparent material and thereby optically coupling the plurality of optical elements and the plurality of grooves filled with the optically transparent material respectively., further comprising molding the waveguide substrate from a material having a first index of refraction and filling the grooves with the optically transparent material having a second index of refraction, wherein the second index of refraction is greater than the first index of refraction., further comprising molding the waveguide substrate such that the plurality of the negative waveguide grooves extend on a first surface of the substrate and a second surface of the substrate, wherein the first surface and the second surface are either perpendicular or parallel to one another., wherein molding the waveguide substrate further comprises molding the waveguide substrate into one of the following shapes: a one a straight substrate; square; L-shaped, rectangle, triangle, round, or an oval shape., further comprising connecting a processing device to the imaging device, the processing device configured to determine a data entry to the touch screen by deciphering the coordinates of an interrupt in the light created in the free space adjacent the touch screen device when a data entry is being made to the touch screen device., wherein the molding of the waveguide substrate further comprises molding the waveguide substrate using one of the following molding techniques: injection molding; compression molding; embossing; optical micro-molding.wherein filling of the negative grooves further comprises over-filling the grooves with the optically transparent material such that the optically transparent material has poor adhesion to said treated portion; and This application is a divisional application of and claims priority U. One conventional approach to providing a touch or pen-based input system is to overlay a resistive or capacitive film over the display screen. Foremost, the film causes the display to appear dim and obscures viewing of the underlying display.This section may be referred to as Polymeric Elongated Waveguide Emulating (PEWE) lens.In the exemplary embodiment the first optical component is a modulator (11), and the other optical component is an optical fiber (13).
The apparatus of claim 2 wherein the reflection means and second reflection means are mirrors mounted on opposing sides of the panel, the mirrors defining an optical path along which light passing through a first pixel in the transparent state that is in the first column is directed to a second pixel that is in the second column of elements, wherein the first and second pixel are in the same row.second emitter means associated with a first row of elements for projecting light toward those elements, the first row of elements being controllable for assuming a transparent state and an opaque state, the light propagating through any one of the first row of elements that is in the transparent state; Flat panel liquid crystal display devices typically include an array of picture elements ("pixels") arranged in multiple columns and rows.
using computer readable instructions for photocomposing the waveguide through selected graphics primitives of the reticle, the computer readable instructions comprising instructions designed to ensure that, for each of at least some pairs of adjacent photocomposed waveguide segments, at least one tapered end of one waveguide segment overlaps an adjacent end of the other waveguide segment.
wherein the computer readable instructions comprise instructions designed to ensure that, for each of at least some pairs of adjacent photocomposed waveguide segments, a tapered end of one waveguide segment overlaps an adjacent tapered end of the other waveguide segment. A waveguide comprising a plurality of waveguide segments, each of the plurality of waveguide segments comprising a tapered end and being adjacent to at least one other of the plurality of waveguide segments.
The PEWE lens allows the realization of better than 80 percent direct fiber butt-coupling efficiencies to semiconductor lasers, photodetectors, optical modulators, switches and amplifiers with a simultaneous order of magnitude relaxation of the alignment tolerances typically needed for the coupling of semiconductor devices with single-mode fibers.
An apparatus and method for an inexpensive, simple to make, self-aligning molded waveguide made of an optically transparent material and that can be used to generate a grid or lamina of light for use with touch screen displays.