Lumus' reflective waveguide is a breakthrough technology that enables makers of smart wearables to create the augmented and mixed reality of their dreams.
The company's AR displays are based on a patented reflective waveguide technology, which enables projected light to travel through a transparent lens. Only when light reaches user's field of view partially reflective surfaces embedded in the lens project all colors at once creating a bright, wide & crystal-clear AR image - like no other solution for the market.
Lumus employs a group of passionate scientists, engineers and dreamers who are building the technology that will redefine the future.
The company likes to challenge the limits of what is possible in optics and design products for the way people live. Since 2000, Lumus has focused on producing superior wearable displays for the world.
Lumus and SCHOTT: The Future of Reflective Waveguides and Augmented Reality
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Dr. Mustafa Kansiz
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