>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.
The transparent and durable LUMINEQ displays add great value to optical devices and industrial products. The see-through display makes a great differentiator when you want to create a unique look and convey a message of premium quality professional products.
We offer off-the-shelf matrix and segmented demo products for concepting, prototyping, and evaluation purposes. Click here to learn the difference between segmented and matrix displays.
Electroluminescent transparent display with 120 segments, designed for head-up display demonstration.
Electroluminescent transparent display with 78 predefined segments, designed for head-up display demonstration.
Electroluminencent transparent display with 32 segments, developed specifically for telescopic sight applications.
Electroluminescent transparent display, matrix 160 x 80, 0.5 mm pixel pitch, active area 80 x 40 mm
Electroluminescent transparent display with 24 predefined segments, active area 86 × 86 mm.
Electroluminescent transparent display with 15 predefined segments, active area 50 x 57 mm, green color
Electroluminescent transparent display with 15 predefined segments, 1500 nits brightness, active area 50 x 57 mm.
Transparent Display Introduction Package for the ELT160.60.100 transparent matrix display. Display matrix 160 x 60, 1 mm pixel pitch.
Watch the video and check out more demos that showcase the features of LUMINEQ transparent displays, such as high transparency, humidity resistant, customizability. Once the project goes to the mass production phase, we work closely with you to create custom displays.
In this video, the Ph.D. researcher Jose Rosa delves into the pros and cons of the main transparent technology displays: transparent head-up displays, LCDs, OLEDs and transparent electroluminescent technology. This research is conducted for the ImmerSAFE project, "Immersive Visual Technologies for Safety-critical Applications". Read our blog for the full analysis.
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