Say goodbye to large, bulky, expensive display engines for head mounted displays. TriLite uses unique, software-first architecture for the smallest, lightest and brightest laser beam scanner in the world. Overcoming previous display limitations, our patented display technology enables the creation of the world’s smallest projection display.
Our Trixel® laser beam scanner unit with waveguide or holographic optical element coupling can be integrated into, and so allow, very lightweight HMD devices. This game-changing design releases Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality to step out of the movies and into everyday life.
The Trixel® laser beam scanner contains a single state-of-the-art 2D micro-electro-mechanical system (MEMS) mirror, doing away with the need for complex relay optics between the mirror and waveguide/holographic input.
MEMS technology allows an incredibly small form factor and weight, as well as low power consumption. Our software-driven hardware architecture enables less alignment steps, providing benefits in terms of assembly yield and manufacturing costs. All this adds up to a laser beam scanner that is ready for mass market Augmented Reality.
TriLite’s patented laser pulse timing algorithms enable the perfect overlapping of RGB color channels, eliminating image distortions – all without requiring any additional optical elements. Shifting complexity from hardware to software is just one more way Trixel® achieves such a small form factor. And why it provides the best image quality for high performance AR applications utilizing a wide field of view on the market.
Unique tool chain, including pixel-painting algorithms to allow full system simulation from video-in to photon-out, optimizing design performance and iteration speed
Proprietary multiparameter algorithms for laser and mirror control to minimize complexity and size of the optical system
Software-driven hardware architectures that allow higher alignment tolerances, to increase yield and reduce manufacturing costs