Wei-Chih Cheng

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New broadband glass phosphors with excellent thermal stability were proposed and experimentally demonstrated for white light-emitting-diodes (WLEDs). The novel glass phosphors were realized through dispersing multiple phosphors into SiO₂ based glass (SiO₂-Na₂O-Al₂O₃-CaO) at 680°C. Y₃Al₅O₁₂:Ce³⁺ (YAG), Lu₃Al₅O₁₂:Ce³⁺ (LuAG), and CaAlSiN₃: Eu²⁺ (nitride)(More)
We introduce a technique of calibrating camera motions in basketball videos. Our method particularly transforms player positions to standard basketball court coordinates and enables applications such as tactical analysis and semantic basketball video retrieval. To achieve a robust calibration, we reconstruct the panoramic basketball court from a video,(More)
Little is known about melamine (MEL) analysis in children's urine. In this study, an isotopic ultra-performance liquid chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry (UPLC/MS/MS) method was developed and systematically validated for the analysis of MEL in urine. The method is easily performed and comprises acidification, solid-phase extraction (SPE) and UPLC/MS/MS(More)
In this paper, Lu3Al5O12:Ce3+ and CaAlSiN3: Eu2+ co-doped glass are presented as color conversion materials for white light-emitting diodes (WLEDs). Through adjusting the thickness of the glass phosphors, the chromaticity and CCT of the WLEDs follows the Planckian locus well. The WLEDs show CCT ranging from ~4000K to ~7000K with high CRI ranging from 83 to(More)
Food detergents are commonly used in households. The main components of detergents include surfactants and water. It has been found that certain compounds, which may cause health concerns, appear in food detergents, such as alkylphenols, arsenic, and lead. After applying food detergents is when people may be exposed to various levels of these chemicals when(More)
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