Dispelix invests in new equipment to further improve R&D fabrication capabilities
Finnish company Dispelix has invested in new nanoimprinting equipment to improve R&D fabrication capabilities at their site in Joensuu, Finland. The equipment was partly funded by a grant from the Finnish Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment, which allocates funds from the European Regional Development Fund.
The Joensuu area is one of the world’s leading photonics clusters and the University of Eastern Finland has a long history in photonics research. The funding and local expertise will enable Dispelix to grow their team at the Joensuu site. “This investment combined with the exertise clustered in Joensuu will improve our waveguide pilot manufacturing process and lead to new R&D innovations,” says Ismo Vartiainen, Head of R&D Manufacturing, Dispelix.
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Dispelix is a designer and fabless manufacturer of mass-manufacturable diffractive waveguide displays and display modules for use in augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR) eyewear and headsets. Dispelix designs, sells, and supplies Dispelix-branded waveguide displays to product owners and their suppliers. Dispelix also designs customized waveguide displays and licenses intellectual property to customers that develop game-changing products for fast-evolving AR eyewear markets.