Mirrorcle Technologies, Inc., founded in 2005, is a private corporation that commercially provides products and laser systems based on its proprietary optical microelectromechanical system (MEMS) technology. Since its founding, and supported by its continuous investment in R&D, the company has been offering the world’s fastest point-to-point (quasi-static) two-axis beam-steering MEMS Mirrors, as well as resonant-type micromirror devices with video rates.
Mirrorcle is globally the only provider of tip-tilt MEMS actuators in combination with mirrors from submillimeter to several mm in diameter, offering customers a wide selection of specifications to optimize their paths to successful commercialization. Mirrorcle products can be found today in 3D metrology systems, biomedical imaging systems, solid-state LiDARs, AR/VR prototypes, laser projectors, and classrooms. Mirrorcle’s system solutions are complete easy-to-integrate products that provide visual messaging and 3D perception sensing for the robotics and drone market. These solutions with emphasis on lowest power consumption in the market include the world’s most compact vector graphics laser projector “Playzer”, and a compact and lightweight 3D LiDAR “SyMPL”.
In addition to Mirrorcle’s popular R&D development kit packages and off-the-shelf products with established designs, the company’s R&D team sometimes engages in specialty design and fabrication projects.
Mirrorcle Technologies Concludes successful SPIE Photonics West 2022
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