Ceres Holographics Partners with TQ Technology to Develop Projection Systems Supporting Holographic-Enabled Display Solutions

St Andrews, Scotland, and Tainan, Taiwan – October 29, 2020 – Ceres Holographics an innovative developer of thin-film Holographic Optical Elements (HOEs) for next-generation transparent display (TD) and augmented reality head-up-display (AR-HUD) solutions, today announced a partnership with lighting and projector expert TQ Technology to develop projection systems to illuminate its display solutions. The partnership leverages TQ Technology’s extensive experience working with Texas Instruments DLP® technology which is a key element in Ceres’ solution for in-plane displays of information on any type of transparent surface.

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Key Takeaways:

  • The solution enables cost-effective transparent display solutions with scalable HOE technology for the automotive sector.
  • The projectors minimize the total form factor and package size to less than one liter in volume.

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About Ceres

Founded in 2009, in St. Andrews, Scotland, Ceres Holographics uses its proprietary technology to design, digitally master, and replicate next-generation Holographic Optical Elements (HOEs) for new transparent display (TD) and augmented reality heads up display (HUD) systems. With extensive knowledge of holographic photopolymer films and in-house expertise in photonics and light-guiding, Ceres works with partners and customers to deliver optical systems with precision-engineered, thin-film HOEs enabling mass-market applications in automotive, transportation, aerospace, and wearable technology.

Contacts:

Toni Sottak

+1 408-876-4418

toni@wiredislandpr.com

Graeme Gordon

+44 (0)1334 230 564

Graeme.Gordon@ceresholographics.com

Source: Ceres

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