OVERVIEW

Wavelength selective scattering film invented at MIT acts as a transparent display upon which a projector can shine light on and project full-color images. Our display is made up of a flexible film that can be applied to windows or other optically clear surfaces.

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Projection On

 

optically clear

screen

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Projection on Wavelength Scattering Film


Technology applied

This wavelength selective scattering film is an affordable transparent display that can be used for marketing in the form of advertisements on retail store fronts, transportation, underutilized glass, and buildings. 

The transparent display is dynamic, updating in real time, and with the option to turn on and off. Our transparent display can replace costly and bulky signage and give the experiential marketing that retailers seek.

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Store Front Windows

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Vending 

Machines

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Transportation  

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Buildings


Prototypes

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On and off feature  

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Lux labs Film Without Projection

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lux labs Film 

With Projection

360 Degree Transparent Display 

Unlike many transparent displays, our wavelength selective material projects images and video from both sides of the film and at all viewing angles.

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Facing Away From Projector

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Facing Towards Projector

Progress

On the left shows the transparent display made at MIT at the conception of the invention in 2014. The technology was initially investigated by Lux Labs in early 2018, and after further research and development, the improved display on the right was fabricated. 

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