SPIE presentation addresses micromobility reflectors

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SPIE, the international scientific society dedicated to optical science, returned to the San Diego Convention Center for the Aug. 1-5 Optics and Photonics conference, and an Aug. 4 presentation addressed the issue of providing adequate illumination for electric scooter, electric bicycle, and other micromobility vehicle users without creating light interference for oncoming vehicles or pedestrians. Rubing Wu of the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology was the presenter for Iterative and Inverse Design of a Segmented Reflector for Uniform Illumination on the Road. Hossein Alisafaee of Rose-Hulman, which is in the Indiana town of Terre Haute, contributed to the research. Scooters and other micromobility users have lighting available, but the current designs are not only inefficient in te
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