Augmented reality wearable display producer Lumus, completed $45 million investment in a Series C round, the company announced. Lumus makes the optical engine to empower augmented reality solutions. The company is working on optical technology for see-through wearable displays. Its augmented reality display technology is used by consumer electronics and smart-eyewear manufacturers to implement their augmented reality offerings.
Lumus was founded in 2000, with a mission to create optics that transform the way people interact with their reality. Previously this year, the company had announced it had raised $15 million in funding led by Shanda Group and Crystal-Optech. Additional $30 million came from Taiwanese tech companies Quanta and HTC, along with other strategic investors. Current investment is aligned with HTC’s natural extension into augmented reality.