Himax and Lumus team up to create smartglasses

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by CBR Staff Writer| 20 August 2014

The companies previously teamed up to create helmet mounted displays.

Taiwanese display driver and semiconductor product maker, Himax Technologies, has teamed up with Lumus, an Augmented Reality glasses maker, to develop smart glasses.

Lumus plans to use its ultra-thin optics enabled wearable display and combine it with Himax's LCOS technology, which provides high level of brightness required for see-through Augmented Reality, to create wearable technology that can be used in daily life.

Himax president and CEO Jordan Wu said: "We are very excited to expand our existing partnership with Lumus. They have developed an innovative technology, which will enable Augmented Reality glasses to become the next 'must-have' consumer device. "

Lumus CEO Zvi Lapidot said: "Himax's superior LCOS technology, its availability for high volume production, and the Company's forward looking technological applications were critical in our selection of Himax as a strategic partner.

"Their microdisplay, specifically designed for smart glasses, combines smoothly with Lumus' transparent display, creating the ideal solution for true Augmented Reality and hands-free wearable computing."

The companies previously teamed up to create helmet mounted displays for combat aviation and now they are planning to create wearable for the mainstream consumers.

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