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SPIE AR, VR, MR: Interview with Luxexcel, and their new Partner!
Join us for our monthly interview with Bernard Kress (Microsoft) and Christophe Peroz (SONY). This month, we will be interviewing Guido Groet and hear his thoughts on prescription eyewear for smartglasses. We will learn about the next level of technology integration in a 3D printed prescription lens and the partnerships that will bring commercial 3D printed lenses to market for use in smart glasses.

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6 PM Europe

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Mar 3, 2022 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Guido Groet
Chief Strategy Officer @Luxexcel
Guido worked in both Europe and the USA for ASML world leader in semiconductor equipment along with VP positions in Finance, Business development, M&A, and strategy development. Currently, Guido is in charge of all commercial and strategic aspects of 3D printing of smart eyewear lenses.
Bernard Kress
Partner Optical Architect @Microsoft Hololens
Bernard is a leader in the field of micro-optics, wafer scale optics, holography, nano-photonics, digital displays systems, and HUD and HMD displays, especially for AR, MR smart glasses. Bernard joined Google [X] Labs in 2011 as the Principal Optical Architect on the Google Glass project. He is currently the Partner Optical Architect at Microsoft on the Hololens project.
Christophe Peroz
Chief Display Researcher @SONY
Christophe continues to build our spatial computing world. He began his work in France working on materials science and nanofabrication. In the US, he worked at Berkeley Lab, as the CoFounder and Director, of Nanofabrication and Photonic Devices for aBeam Technologies. At Magic Leap, he helped build the most advanced spatial computer of its time. Christophe is currently in Tokyo working on XR displays at SONY.