A “wafer” is normally a thin, flat slice of semiconductor material (often silicon) used in the production of integrated circuits (ICs) and microchips in the semiconductor industry.
On the other hand, augmented reality (AR) is a technology that superimposes computer-generated data or virtual objects onto the real world, usually when seen through a device like a smartphone or AR glasses.
Through a device like a smartphone or glasses, augmented reality (AR) provides the user with visual elements, sound, and other sensory information.
In order to provide a seamless experience where digital information modifies the user’s view of the actual environment, this information is layered onto the device.
A part of the natural world might be hidden or added to by the superimposed information.
The augmented reality wafer accounted for $XX Billion in 2023 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2024 to 2030.
The variety of SCHOTT RealView glass wafers brings the immersive world of augmented reality to life.
The high refractive index waveguides offer great field of vision (FoV) for a superior visual experience in consumer and business settings, whether in smart glasses or head-mounted devices.
A maximum viewing experience is delivered by augmented reality devices thanks to the unmatched build quality of SCHOTT RealView glass.
Their flawlessly polished surface produces clear images with ideal contrast because to their low total thickness fluctuation.
Because of their sturdy construction and light weight, the wafers’ high refractive index enhances field of view while also lowering device weight.
RealView from SCHOTT is adaptable enough to meet a variety of customer requirements.
Excellent waveguides in smart glasses are used to provide sharp graphics for gaming and home entertainment, enhance business presentations and educational lectures, and provide close-up detail for difficult manufacturing operations and medical procedures.
Numerous speciality glass wafers for augmented reality devices are available in the SCHOTT RealView range.
These wafers not only improve image quality but also significantly reduce size, weight, and thickness.
In order to increase manufacturing yields, tight tolerance control, excellent homogeneity, and little image variation are also beneficial.
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