TriLite recognised with Auggie Award for ultra-compact AR display
TriLite announces that its Trixel 3, the world's smallest projection display, has been chosen as a winner at the Auggie Awards, in the category ‘Best Interaction Product.’
Held at the AWE USA 2023 event, the annual Auggie Awards have been a recognised global AR and VR industry awards since 2010. Now in its 14th year, the Auggies continue to showcase the best in augmented, virtual, and mixed reality.
Peter Weigand, CEO at TriLite, said: “Trixel 3 is a game-changer for augmented reality (AR) smart glasses, and we’re thrilled to be honoured at the Auggies with this latest award.”
The Trixel 3 optical display engine combines TriLite's miniature and lightweight laser beam scanner (LBS), a single 2D MEMS mirror, all optical components, and the Trajectory Control Module (TCM) that shifts light module complexity from hardware to software. The LBS module weighs less than 1.5g and has a volume of less than 1cm3.
As well as being tiny and lightweight, the Trixel 3 is designed for mass manufacture. Its low system latency ensures AR images integrate naturally with a wearer’s surroundings and spatial movements. Trixel 3 provides a bright display that’s easy to read in direct sunlight, and its optimised optical path requires no relay optics, further saving space and weight.