>80% transparency for segment displays and ~70% transparency for matrix
Wide viewing angle from any direction. The information can be displayed on both sides.
The touch sensors are integrated directly in the functional display layer.
Increased situational awareness, safety and ergonomics when laminated in glass.
Freedom to design the type, size, and shape of the display, or even to drill.
Inorganic solid-state design to tolerate shock, vibration, and extreme weathers.
In-glass displays enable smart windows in vehicles to show critical information to drivers, passengers and pedestrians, or provide functions that otherwise need physical control panel.
We offer off-the-shelf demo products for concepting, prototyping, and evaluation purposes.
Note: LIP products require Lamination before use
Electroluminescent transparent display for in-glass laminated applications, matrix 144 x 72, 2.1 mm pixel pitch, glass substrate 0.7 mm thick, no cover glass.
Lamination Introduction Package for the ELT160.60.100 transparent matrix display. Display matrix 160 x 60, 1 mm pixel pitch, glass substrate 0.7 mm thick.
Lamination Introduction Package for the ELT40S transparent segmented display, 40 segments, glass substrate 0.7 mm thick.
In-glass laminated Lumineq displays improve safety and ergonomics in cockpits and other driver environments. The lamination endeavor usually starts with a pilot using what we at Lumineq Displays call the “LIP”, short for Lamination Introduction Package. In this video, we take a closer look at the benefits of in-glass laminated displays and the contents of LIP, the Lumineq Lamination Introduction Package.
Both functionality and transparency of these displays are reaching new heights and they can improve information flow, safety, ergonomics, situational awareness
In our eBook, we use five industry examples to illustrate the basic guidelines in designing transparent vehicle displays.
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