In 2000, several former employees of film camera and projector manufacturer Eumig, which filed for insolvency in 1981, joined together to found In-Vision Digital Imaging Optics GmbH , a manufacturing shop for projection lenses just outside Vienna, Austria.
When the popular movie Avatar was released in 2009, and digital technology in movie theatres was on the rise, the company became a market leader in high-precision optical systems for industrial applications, and began working with Texas Instruments on a DLP 3D printer , finishing the first prototype in 2014 and releasing its first Full-HD Light Engine on the global market a year later. By 2017, In-Vision had developed eight light engine systems for customers in 3D metrology, additive manufacturing, and maskless lithography, and now creates and manufactures high-end, DLP-based light engines for optical systems, which are used by customers all over the world. In addition to a production site in […]
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