This market research report was originally published at the Yole Group’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of the Yole Group.

poLight’s TLens piezoelectric MEMS autofocus module is in the Magic Leap 2. This has been confirmed by the latest reverse engineering & costing analyses developed by Yole SystemPlus’ laboratory.

The 13 MP picture camera in the Magic Leap 2 augmented reality device autofocuses using poLight’s TLens.

The TLens uses piezoelectric MEMS-based tunable optics technology.

“The use of this poLight device is key for the functionalities of AR/VR headsets,” comments Romain Fraux, CEO, Yole SystemPlus. “It provides a strong added value for the new wave of AR/VR headset systems.” See more details about poLight’s technology in the report, poLight TLens MEMS Autofocus.

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