NanoPrism Glasses

nym | 03:54 PM
These awfuly ugly looking glasses are made by a company named mirage innovations. Would I like them, sure, but they wouldn't be my first choice, that's for sure. I'm starting to build my own wearable and it's amazing how much the extra equipment hinders me, so wearing something like this would probably be a pain in the butt, something one would only want to do on an airplane or in a dentist office. This display is OLED based, but I don't have any other information beyond that, except that they don't create 'cyber-stress'. They even have a webpage to explain WTF cyber-stress is.

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Does anyone happen to know if this company has any relation to Lumus, another Israel-based HUD firm? The "NanoPrism" optics description seems fairly close to their "Light-guide Optical Element" technology, but there's not enough detail to be sure.

Posted by: Edward Keyes at May 6, 2006 08:45 AM
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