LensVector's low profile liquid crystal lens enables wireless beam shaping.
â€œThis transformational technology extends luminaire functionality and unites the digital light source with digital beam shaping.â€�
FRANKFURT, Germany March 13, 2018
LensVectorâ€™s breakthrough dynamic beam shaping technology that can be controlled from any IoT, mobile, or wired control system will be on display throughout the upcoming biennial Light + Building conference. The LensVector liquid crystal technology allows the beam from a light source to be adjusted along a continuum from a less-than-ten-degree narrow spot to a very wide flood. This digital beam control enables unmatched precision beams and dynamic dramatic effects.
â€œThis transformational technology extends luminaire functionality and unites the digital light source with digital beam shaping,â€� said Brent York, President and CEO of LensVector. â€œThis new control vector gives architects and designers greater freedom to create dynamic and dramatic environments.â€�
LensVectorâ€™s liquid crystal technology integrates with current and future control protocols and allows unique solutions in the lighting market. LensVectorâ€™s unique LCD lens technology will be displayed by the following partners:
LensVectorâ€™s product aligns liquid crystal molecules to a shaped electric field to establish a digital lens that can be addressed and managed. By changing the electric field, the nature of the lens, and therefore the illumination effect, can be manipulated.
LensVector is transforming the shape of light from fixed reflectors and lenses with digital liquid crystal technology that allows light to be infinitely shaped on demand from IoT platforms, mobile devices, and modern control systems.
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