Our Transparent Display (or "wavelength-selective scattering film") acts as a transparent display upon which full-color images can be shown using a projector. The technology was invented at MIT and samples are available upon request. Product features include:

  • Highest transparency to picture contrast ratio

  • Full color

  • 360 degree viewing angle with constant brightness

  • Flexible film, can be applied to existing windows

Watch a video demonstrating the above characteristics.

Below are pictures of recent flexible, thin-film samples:

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Below are pictures of the film as originally revealed at MIT:


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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, updates in real-time, and has the option to turn on and off. Our transparent display can replace costly and bulky signage and provide the experiential marketing that retailers seek.


Store Front Windows









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On and off feature  


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film with projection

360 Degree Transparent Display 

Unlike other 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


The transparent display on the left was made at MIT at the conception of the invention in 2014. Lux Labs incorporated the technology into its portfolio in early 2018, and after further research and development, fabricated the improved display on the right.

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