“…a unique see-through holographic polymer-dispersed liquid crystal display technology.”
Made by DigiLens (founded in 1997 by Jonathan D) is the DigiLens DL40. An augmented reality device that displayed digital images from a smartphone or PDA to your eye. Like a very early version of Google Glass. Even when Google Glass was launched it proved that the technology just isn’t available yet so you can imagine might the same was said for the DigiLens DL40. While it wasn’t all that affordable to the public it was a well made, compact, lightweight monocular eyewear display that had a unique see-through holographic polymer-dispersed liquid crystal display technology.
The DigiLens company later on changed its business model but still learned a lot by this device and are now one of the world’s leading makers of HUD’s for the United States Army. It also develops the VIRTUALITY HMEyetrack, a binocular see-through eyewear display that is a little too military based for us to review. But never say never