ALLVAR has been awarded entry into the iCorps’ “Bootcamp for Emerging Technologies” Program.  This program, funded by NASA, assists with researching markets and potential applications for our products.

One market we’re interested in learning about is the AR/VR/MR industry. We’re trying to determine if you are seeing any effects of thermal shift on image quality. That’s it.

Is it an issue for you?
Can you spare 15 minutes to talk to us?

We do NOT have a product for this market and we are NOT trying to sell you something. We’re conducting research to see

    if

you could envision how a negative CTE Alloy might assist in solving a problem in your industry. We’re looking to talk to experts who are imagining, designing or testing current or future AR/VR/MR systems. All conversations will be kept confidential. We respect your time, your expertise and your proprietary development.

You might be a product development engineer, a program manager, an optics or opto-mechanical engineer – or maybe just a guru who is already imagining the next platform improvement. You might be someone who has encountered a problem and is unsure if it’s a thermal issue – but finding it can’t be solved by software.

ALLVAR is simply conducting research. We simply want to talk briefly to you in order to understand if thermal expansion is indeed a concern in your world.

If you have insight for us, we’d appreciate hearing it.  Enter your email below and we’ll contact you to set up a brief telephone conversation.

Thank you for your consideration, we look forward to learning from you.

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