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  • DigiLens Unveils Crystal50, the Next Generation of Extended Reality (XR) Lens

    Designed with DigiLens’ Breakthrough Architecture, the 50° Diagonal Waveguide Lens Minimizes Form Factor While Expanding the Overall FOV

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  • DigiLens Expands into China and Partners with Leading Manufacturer Crystal Optech to Bring Low-Cost Augmented Reality Displays to Market in 2020

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We’re powering an emerging breed of unique AR products through our licensed technology partners for automotive, enterprise and consumer applications.

Crystal30

With Crystal30, users can see text and video. Miniaturizing our holographic structures to this level with high efficiency sets a new bar in waveguide optics for AR smartglasses.

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Crystal50

Designed with DigiLens’ breakthrough architecture, the 50º diagonal waveguide lens minimizes form factor while expanding the overall field of view. 

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AutoHUD

With DigiLens’ compact holographic wide field-of-view waveguide technology, vehicles everywhere will one day adopt augmented reality displays. Drivers will be able to see relevant information overlaying the real world, instilling confidence in automated driving systems and enhancing driver awareness to help reduce accidents. (Reference Image Only)

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AeroHUD

Now in full production–FAA approved! Critical flight information can be displayed in the pilot’s field of view for greater flight path awareness and safety. DigiLens’ AeroHUD replaces bulky HUD technology with much more compact and efficient technology.

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White Paper: Inside the DigiLens Technology

Switchable Bragg Gratings (SBG) based waveguides used by DigiLens Inc. vs. Surface Relief Gratings (SRG) used by other companies in augmented and virtual reality displays.

Breakthrough Proprietary Optical Systems for AR Enabled HUDs

Our technology has a suite of advantages for our partners.

Our licensed manufacturers are able to contact-copy DigiLens’ optics, with high yield and consistent quality.

The DigiLens Difference

Our diffractive optical Bragg gratings are so efficient that it allows our waveguide displays to be daylight-bright.

The DigiLens Difference

Because we print many of the optical structures into the same waveguide, there are fewer display components and no active alignment, so assembly time becomes quicker and more consistent, resulting in higher yield.

The DigiLens Difference

With the optical complexity printed into the waveguide, the reduced number of components and touch labor result in a lower manufacturing cost.

The DigiLens Difference