Dispelix and Avegant Partner to Enable Next-Gen AR Glasses


Dispelix and Avegant have teamed up to create an advanced optical solution for augmented reality viewing. The two companies combine their technologies to bring us the next level of AR experiences through state-of-the-art augmented reality and mixed reality wearables.

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

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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 claims it’s new light field display technology can do both dynamic focal plane adjustment and simultaneous focal plane display. Avegant Light Field design mockup.


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Holographic Waveguides: What You Need To Know To Understand The Smartglasses Market

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Waveguides are not a new technology, per se. Waveguide displays are made using the same technology that allows a unidirectional wave of light to be guided down a fiber optic cable. Magic Leap. For a secretive company, we can learn a lot about Magic Leap from their patent filings and acquisitions, namely that they launched without a clear path to executing their vision. At this point, it appears Magic Leap returned to the drawing board.

Weekly Funding & People Roundup: TheWaveVR Raises $4M, Pluto.


Weekly Funding & People Roundup: TheWaveVR Raises $4M, Pluto VR raises $13.9M, Avegant Raises $13.7, Magic Leap acquires FuzzyCube Software 1) TheWaveVR has released the beta version of its social VR music platform on the Steam Early Access on the PC. The whole point is to help the music industry — usually a laggard in exploiting digital technology — to create new revenue streams.