Transforming the way we work and play, EyeJets’ technology enables users to shape virtual demands around their physical environments.
Digital prompts seamlessly integrate into the user’s vision forming a true mixed reality experience.
Create realistic modeling and simulations of real-time environments, improving the lifecycle of complex technological systems.
Comfortably wear EyeJets throughout your day. Our technology is lightweight, compact, and crafted for safe and stylish all-day use.
EyeJets’ patented visual retinal display and eye-tracking technology enables users to view digital images from the corner of their eye, then instantly return focus to their physical surroundings. With just the flick of a finger or a quick glimpse, the assisted reality eyewear blends physical and digital worlds like never before.
A new XR era has arrived.
Simulate physical environments to solve complex medical issues, run infrastructure testing on digitally twinned manufacturing environments, or simply navigate the day’s digital prompts with greater ease.
Build and shape the worlds of tomorrow with EyeJets’ groundbreaking XR technology
Our precise eye-tracking and VRD technology means images remain crisp & sharp, never blurred.
Users enjoy an expansive 100° field of view, peripheral vision remains intact.
EyeJets’ scans the user’s unique ocular footprint delivering the ultimate mechanism for user security & safety.
"My mind was blown today. Thanks for showing me an insane laser based AR headset prototype with a potential 100 degrees field of view. If that doesn’t sound like science fiction what does?"
"Having built many safe products that incorporate lasers I feel confident that this can be done safely. I think this is a great application for the technology."
"EyeJets offers incredibly small and powerful optical components that are driving development of smaller, more comfortable XR glasses."
“While there are other eye tracking systems on the market EyeJets eye tracking is the most advanced to date. The system accurately traces retinal activity and corrects projection to accomodate for the direction in which is the user is gazing.”