Ceres Holographics Awarded Horizon 2020 Funding to Accelerate Commercialization of Holographic Technology for Next-Generation Displays

€1.4 Million Euro Grant Enables Ceres to Drive Development of Replication and Production Technology to meet Automotive OEM Demand for Advanced Holographic AR-HUD and Transparent Display Systems

ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND and LONDON, UK / ACCESSWIRE / December 11, 2019 / Ceres Holographics, an innovative developer of thin-film Holographic Optical Elements (HOEs) for next-generation transparent display (TD) and augmented reality heads-up-display (AR-HUD) solutions today announced reaching a key funding milestone to accelerate the commercialization of its unique HOE digital mastering and replication technology. To date, Ceres has secured €6.1M million euro in funding through both private investors and the European Commission Horizon 2020: Research & Innovation Program.

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Key Takeaways

  • Funding will accelerate commercialization of Ceres holographic digital mastering and replication technology.
  • Ceres Holographic Optical Elements (HOEs) for windscreens enable the next-generation of automobile head-up displays.
  • Horizon 2020 is one of the world’s most prestigious and competitive grant programs making nearly 80 billion euros of funding available.

About Ceres

Founded in 2009, in St. Andrews, Scotland, Ceres Holographics uses its proprietary technology to design, digitally master, and replicate next-generation Holographic Optical Elements (HOEs) for new transparent display (TD) and augmented reality heads up display (HUD) systems. With extensive knowledge of holographic photopolymer films and in-house expertise in photonics and light-guiding, Ceres works with partners and customers to deliver optical systems with precision-engineered, thin-film HOEs enabling mass-market applications in automotive, transportation, aerospace and wearable technology.


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