Luminit

  • Uses laser interference to create feature sizes ranging from less than 0.5 µm to 30 µm for its light-shaping diffusers; also developing holographic optical element (HOE) films
  • Offers angular light control, from 0.2° to 100° including asymmetrical angles, and high transmission, from 85% ...

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