LetinAR’s micro-mirror AR lenses

Segmented and reflecting bits of light to reduce size.

Jon Peddie

Since its founding in 2016 in Seoul, LetinAR has grown to 60 people, 70% of which are in R&D. The company is manufacturing injection molded plastic lens for AR smartglasses using what the company calls a Pin Mirror (PinMR) lens and a microLED display from Sony. The concept is an array of lens, which creates several viewpoints at different focus points. LetinAR has developed PinTilt and PinMirror technology to enable lightweight AR classes. At CES, the company demonstrated their Keplar glasses, which are lightweight and feature a wider immersive virtual screen. (Source: LetinAR) The company, which received $3.6 million investment

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