LetinAR to Launch Multiple AR Glasses

The company will release PinTILT lens, Jorjin, Nimo, and other AR glasses in mid-January.

Image credits: LetinAR

LetinAR Inc., a developer of optical solutions for Augmented Reality (AR) smart glasses, announced that, at the CES 2024 in Las Vegas, USA, to be held between January 9-12, it will be releasing its PinTILT lens, which brings AR optics to the next level and successful commercialization cases with its global customers including Jorjin, Nimo, and others.

As a developer of optical systems for AR smart glasses, LetinAR introduced its PinTILT technology at the CES for the last seven consecutive years. LetinAR drew the attention of global companies as it was recognized for having overcome the performance limitations of the existing AR optical system on the back of its unique and practical technology. LetinAR releases its FrontiAR Pro optical system based on PinTILT technology at CES 2024, which resolves technological barriers and elevates the optical system to the next level.

The strongest feature of the FrontiAR Pro lens is that it overcomes the issue of brightness uniformity, which has been the greatest challenge to existing PinMR (Pin Mirror) AR optical systems. The brightness uniformity, which was previously limited, has been improved, thereby enhancing performance by approximately three times. On top of that, the image quality, an existing strength, has been further improved so that it can be easily worn like regular glasses.

At CES 2024, visitors can experience an ultra-high definition, immersive AR demonstration, which is developed based on the PinTILT AR optical system. The global customers of LetinAR, mainly Jorjin, a leading XR device manufacturer with more than ten years of experience, introduce J8L Glasses, optimized for spatial experiences based on the LetinAR FrotinAR Pro (Formerly B42) optical system. Nimo, the developer of the World's First Spatial Computer for Productivity, launches Nimo One, also equipped with the LetinAR FrotinAR Pro optical system. Additionally, more customers of LetinAR from America and Asia will launch their successful productization cases onsite. All visitors are welcome to experience all the glasses.

The company and its customers plan to exhibit interactive, responsive content that provides the first-hand experience of immersive spatial content. Users may also test demonstrations in the form of goggles, giving users the experience of wearing helmets such as Ironman's Jarvis or those worn by F-35 fighter plane pilots. By combining the Generative AI function, Nimo is planning to demonstrate Nimo Glasses, Nimo Core, and OS which are designed for Spatial Productivity and fit in our Pocket. Also receiving the spotlight is Jorjin's J8L Glasses, which enables an immersive Metaverse experience utilizing 9-Axis IMU and AI recognition software.

Jaehyeok Kim, CEO of LetinAR, says, "It was LetinAR's strong technological base that enabled us to not only overcome the limitations of the existing AR optical system but also to overcome the vertical viewing angle issue, which has been regarded as a major technological challenge", and added that "It is glad to demonstrate diverse smartglasses launched by our global customers all around the world at the CES 2024."

Lerdah Wang, General Manager of Jorjin, says, "We're delighted to say that Jorjin's J8L AR smart glasses powered by outstanding PinTILT technology from LetinAR can bring users an incredible experience in special field applications.", and "The slim design and lightweight can fit for wearing for a long time. With gesture recognition, the human-computing interaction is intuitive and can be used in a wide range of fields such as smart manufacturing, smart showroom, city touring, immersive collaboration and education, and smart medical applications for augmented upgrading and digital transformation."

About LetinAR

Founded in 2016, LetinAR, a company operating in the AR scene, presents a new paradigm-changing technology - PinTILT lens. This technology was developed mainly to redress common failings found in current products; heavy and expensive hardware, and deficient functions that inhibit the construction of real eyeglasses-shaped designs and render wearability and usability mediocre at best. Since its inception in 2016, LetinAR with PinTILT technology has been in the global spotlight during the previous CES and MWC.

Sam Draper
January 8, 2024

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