“Our solid-state optical innovations enable the skilful and cost-effective manipulation of light.”
Adaptive molecular optics enabling new photonic solutions.LensVector®’s solid-state optics are revolutionizing photonics by enabling the digital control of the shape, size, and direction of light. Although motionless they are fully configurable and controllable from lenses to prisms across the light spectrum from UV to IR.
LensVector® was founded to commercialize liquid crystal-based optics that enable adaptive optical capabilities without the use of mechanical systems or redundant light sources. The original technology was developed at Laval University in the Center for Optics, Photonics and Lasers. LensVector® exclusively licensed the original patents from Laval and hired the core team as part of the R&D Group that is still located in Quebec City, Canada. The Company’s R&D group continues to work closely with Laval University’s resources to advance and lead the field of molecular optics based on liquid crystal technology.
The scalability of our architecture allows a few core products to support a broad range of applications and markets. This coupled with our outsourcing strategy to use legacy LCD production lines, provides the ramp-up capacity and cost structure to cost-effectively serve all target markets.