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  • Back to the Future

    Having been involved with VR from the beginning, it was “Back to the Future” for DigiLens CTO Jon Waldern and his development team when they demonstrated DigiLens’ latest reference design, ArHUD,

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  • Glass Has Ancient Origins But A High-Tech Future

    Dustin Dwyer on his “All Things Considered” podcasts talks about the impact glass has on our lives, and how it can play a major role in the future of AR displays, such as DigiLens’ AutoHUD for cars. Listen to "All Things Considered"

  • DigiLens’ AR Waveguide Now in Production at Rockwell Collins for Integration Into HGS-3500 Head Up Display

    DigiLens and Rockwell Collins developed an industry-leading HUD for aircrafts that put critical flight data in the pilot...

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  • DigiLens Announces New Two-Layer AR Waveguide Display for Smart Helmets

    On the heels of a $25 million Series C fundraising round, DigiLens introduces a new waveguide eyeglass display for AR applications.

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  • Revolutionizing Head-up Displays—Continental Increases Investment in DigiLens

    Continental first invested in DigiLens in 2016, and through a strategic partnership to jointly develop a waveguide head-up display (HUD) that fulfills automotive requirements, the te...

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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.

MonoHUD

Meet DigiLens’ first personal consumer waveguide display. With its iOs and Android HDMI compatibility, it allows developers to build any type of app without the need to lock into proprietary platforms.
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EyeHUD

With EyeHUD, users can see text, video or stereo 3D scenes all relayed from a mobile device. Miniaturizing our holographic structures to this level with high efficiency sets a new bar in waveguide optics for AR glasses.
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ArHUD

DigiLens is creating a truly glasses-sized reference design aimed at wide FOV AR applications, complete with head and hand tracking. Whether it’s a product or architectural visualization, consumer gaming, telepresence or night vision, ArHUD can superimpose data over the real world.

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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.
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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.

Using our lithographic masters, our licensed manufacturers are able to contact-copy DigiLens’ optical waveguide parts—with both high yield and consistent quality.

The DigiLens Difference

Our copied diffractive optical gratings—because they are bragg gratings—are almost 100% efficient making our AR displays daylight bright and very efficient for long battery life.

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