The R&D team at RSi, headed by VP of Optical R&D Marc-Antoine Lemay, has successfully engineered a new type of mirror that has superior qualities to both Mylar and glass for collimated displays. Made of a proprietary composite material, Nexglass is able to achieve the same optical quality as glass, while being stronger and lighter with imperceptible seams between panels. Intended for Level D pilot training applications, Nexglass mirrors are integrated to form horizontal fields of view of up to 360°.
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"We believe Nexglass is the future of collimation, combining the strengths of both Mylar and glass. We are excited to bring this game-changing technology to market.” – Marc Antoine-Lemay, VP of Optical R&D, RSi Visuals