Tech Partners

Lumus collaborates with innovative technology companies around the world that complement our reflective waveguide technology.

Introducing ARx: The AR lens with prescription that effortlessly fits into everyday smart glasses.

AddOptics is revolutionizing the way prescription lenses are manufactured. Having developed a novel, hybrid manufacturing technology, combining 3D printing with traditional casting, AddOptics is able to manufacture thinner and lighter lenses, containing complex (mounting) structures and freeform surfaces. The design freedom inherent to this technology allows the manufacturing of prescription lenses with integrated waveguide technology, at scale. AddOptics mission is to become the new standard for prescription lenses, meeting the ever evolving demands of the AR and smart eyewear industry.

Glasses Should Adapt to the People Wearing them.

DEEPOPTICS’ proprietary technology uses pixelated liquid crystal lenses to dynamically adjust the focal distance of glasses to any distance.
DEEPOPTICS are also the makers of the 32°N sunglasses – the first and only adaptive focus sunglasses.

Pioneers of eyetracking and attention computing

Tobii is on a mission to improve the world with technology that understands human attention and intent. Our eye tracking and attention computing solutions decode head and eye movements to generate deep insights about a person, insights that scientists, startups, and commercial enterprises can leverage to make discoveries and develop innovative solutions.

Improving lives by improving sight

Essilor is the world's largest manufacturer of ophthalmic lenses which makes it one of the largest optics companies in the world. The company is based in France, employs more than 60,000 employees, active in more than 100 countries and is listed on Euro Stoxx 50 index. Essilor created Varilux, the world's first progressive lens and invests more than 200 Million EUR a year in R&D - with particular recourse to virtual reality.