Pixel-wise and personalised
“Wearables are the future of computing. They are the most personal and intimate way to interact with technology. They are also the most powerful way to stay connected and productive.”
– Tim Cook, CEO of Apple
Transparent holographic optical elements have been considered an important part of the future of wearables. apart from being highly transparent, due to their lightness, programmability, off-axis configurability they are needed to solve very specific problems encountered in building compact form factor wearable glasses.
Ceres have developed prototype mastering equipment specifically for the development of HOEs required in wearables applications offers a number of benefits that make it ideal for wearable devices, these include:
- Lightweight and flexible: HOEs in Bayfol HX photopolymer are lightweight and flexible, making them ideal for wearable devices.
- See-through: HOEs in Bayfol HX photopolymer are see-through, making them ideal for combiners and exit pupil expanders.