Wed, 26 Jan 2022

St Andrews and Livingston Scotland - November 30, 2021 - At the opening of its new digital mastering and replication facility, Ceres Holographics and Covestro confirmed that the two companies have deepened their collaboration around Ceres' HoloFlekt® films for automotive display solutions. Ceres-finished HoloFlekt films are used in breakthrough holographic optical element (HOE)-enabled display solutions across automotive and other markets such as aviation, and public transport. The joint works will focus on the customization of Covestro's Bayfol® HX photopolymer together with the Ceres mastering and replication technology that enables production of the finished HoloFlekt functional films.

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Key Takeaways:

  • Scottish innovator opens new showcase mastering and replication facility to prepare for scale-up and supply of holographic display solutions.
  • Strengthened partnership with Covestro to address growing market demand for Transparent and Augmented Reality Displays for mobility and transportation sectors.
  • Purpose-built roll-to-roll production machine technology for rapid scaling and global growth.

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About Ceres Holographics

Ceres Holographics is a pioneer and leader in the design and manufacture of holograms and Holographic Optical Elements (HOEs) for next generation optical systems in Augmented Reality Head Up Displays (ARHUD), holographic Transparent Displays (TD), and holographic lighting solutions. Founded in 2009, in St. Andrews, Scotland, the company provides a full spectrum of system, hologram and HOE design as well as cost-effective, volume production of holographic-based solutions to OEMs and tier1 suppliers in the automotive, transportation, aerospace, construction, agriculture, and commercial vehicle markets.

Contacts:

Toni Sottak

+1 843 530 4442

toni@wiredislandpr.com

Source: Ceres

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