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The Lumus Z lenses have a head-up display that is visible even in direct sunlight, a 2000 x 2000 resolution and unexpectedly rich colours. Lumus’s technology can be directly connected to prescription glasses using Rx, which is additional good news for this particular glasses’ wearer.
Utilising the system of reflection waveguides, the technology enables the tiny projectors housed inside the eyeglass frames to project on the interior of the semi-translucent lenses. An embedded projector module with a prism, an LED, and an LCOS display produces the Z-Lens image. Two sets of integrated mirrors in the lens allow the light from the projector to be expanded to fill your field of vision after entering the waveguide. So it is essentially all like mirrors from all sides.
Lumus Z Lenses have improved mirrors that are engraved into a coating that rests on the glass lens and directly reflects an image into your eye. They have also implemented smaller glasses with the Z Lens model, which employs a smaller projector module than prior iterations of the augmented reality device. In the same manner, as the additional light-sensitive coating you would obtain, Lumus is also able to bind the lenses straight onto prescription smart glasses.
Price & Availability
There is no information on the price of the Lumus Z Lens for now. It is touted to launch next year in 2024. So we can expect more details on this product by June or July of this year.