Mark Zuckerberg’s company Meta has announced the purchase of a business from Luxexcel, a Belgian-Dutch company that prints lenses for glasses. This is stated in the material on the
TechCrunch
portal.

Founded back in 2009, Luxexcel has been improving the technology of 3D printing of diopter lenses since the beginning of its activity. According to TechCrunch, the profile division of Reality Labs in Meta, specializing in VR glasses, became interested in its developments.

Currently, this direction occupies more than half of the unit’s budget. The company is working on the creation of augmented reality glasses codenamed Project Nazare.

It should be noted that until now virtual reality headsets did not provide for optics with diopters. It was engaged in third-party manufacturers. With the new asset, Meta hopes to strengthen its presence in the augmented reality market.

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