DigiLens, a company specializing in optical waveguide technology, recently announced that they had
DigiLens raised an additional $22 million in a Series B investment round from Sony, Foxconn, Continental and Panasonic, along with venture investors including Alsop Louie Partners,
Display technology maker DigiLens has raised $22 million to create better augmented reality and virtual reality products in which digital information lies on top of transparent glass.
Heads-up display technology from Digilens is already flying in the skies, thanks to a partnership with avionics tech powerhouse Rockwell Collins. Another partnership with BMW is bringing the Sunnyvale-based startup’s tech to motorcycle helmets this year.
Continental has partnered with DigiLens, to develop and accelerate the adoption of ultra-thin Augmented Reality (AR) Head-up Displays (HUDs) for use in vehicles. Compared to current systems, these holographic HUDs will