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DigiLens Inc., a developer of holographic waveguides for augmented extended reality (XR) displays, is deepening its partnership with Mitsubishi Chemical Corp. (MCC) to bring to market the first-ever plastic waveguides for XR glasses at a performance, cost, and scale for consumer and enterprise use. DigiLens and the MCC team have created plastic waveguides that perform at nearly the same level as glass while drastically reducing the weight and long-term manufacturing cost, the companies said in a press release.
Other benefits include increased user safety, with the lens being so close to the eye. DigiLens uses a proprietary photopolymer and holographic contact copy manufacturing process, said Patrick Suel, president of Diamond Edge…READ MORE