Last week, DigiLens raised $50 million in a Series C funding from a host of prominent investors, including UDC Ventures, Samsung Ventures, Niantic, Continental AG, Sony Innovation Fund, and Diamond Edge Ventures. The oversubscribed investment will go toward further development of DigiLen’s holographic waveguide displays, which are used in the aerospace, enterprise, military, and automotive industries.
The following is part of our Enterprise xR Intelligence Service, which includes forecasts, data, and key insights about the commercial use of virtual and augmented reality in various non-entertainment sectors. Automotive technology supplier Continental is increasing its investment in DigiLens Inc., the Silicon Valley-based leader in holographic waveguide projection technology. Continental first invested in DigiLens in 2016, and through a strategic partnership … Read More