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Dispelix and Avegant Partner to Enable Next-Gen AR Glasses

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Dispelix and Avegant have teamed up to create an advanced optical solution for augmented reality viewing. Avegant LED Light Engine Technology. Constantly developing new and better display technologies, Avegant makes the impossible possible. Avegant AG-30L 30° LED light engine. Avegant AG-30L 30° LED light engine.

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Avegant Raises $12M Financing to Further Develop AR Display Tech

Road to VR

Avegant, the AR display company known for its Glyph head-mounted display , announced that the company has successfully closed a $12M Series AA financing, which will allow them to further develop their light field technologies and “high resolution, low latency, and high brightness” retinal displays. Image courtesy Avegant.

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Avegant Claims Newly Announced Display Tech is “a new method to create light fields”

Road to VR

Avegant , makers of Glyph personal media HMD, are turning their attention to the AR space with what they say is a newly developed light field display for augmented reality which can display multiple objects at different focal planes simultaneously. Avegant Light Field design mockup.

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Edward Tang (Avegant) on How Our Eyes & Brains Deceive Us and Making Displays to Match

The AR Show

Edward Tang is the co-founder and CEO of Avegant, a company building next-generation display technologies for augmented reality experiences. Prior to Avegant, Ed spent nearly 15 years working in microfabrication and MEMs technologies, including 5 years focused on applying MEMs to brain-control interfaces.

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The Crazy VR Goggles in HBO’s ‘Silicon Valley’ Are Not a Prop but a Real Prototype

Road to VR

But what you’re looking at is actually a real prototype of an HMD called the Glyph, developed by a company called Avegant. I got to try it myself back in 2013 when Avegant was developing the then yet-to-be-named Glyph, a personal video viewer which doubles as a pair of headphones and is available today for $400.

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The Avegant Glyph just got better with latest firmware update

VR Game Critic

The Avegant Glyph is a $699 personal home theater that straps onto your face, and it's a great product for privacy and gaming. It's a product that fills a niche that exists between a VR headset and a standard screen. The firmware update released today makes the hardware even better.

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Vuzix Announces Blade 2™ Smart Glasses Coming Next Month

ARPost

See Also: Dispelix and Avegant Partner to Enable Next-Gen AR Glasses. “If The M-series is still very much its own product line but Shield and Blade are becoming increasingly similar products. The key differentiator is the Shield’s binocular display – and another $700.

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