A Future Beyond Your Imagination
AR / MR display
By interacting the real-world experience with computer-generated information, augmented reality (AR) devices demonstrate great potential in wearable electronics and intelligent driving. To create better AR experiences, it is necessary to use surface relief gratings as waveguides on transparent and thin glass that enables the easy mounting on glasses or helmets.
Fabricating nanoscale gratings used in AR waveguides is one of InterLitho's specialties. We offer waveguide prototyping for demonstrating AR see-through display or nanostructured master templates for AR waveguides mass production. Our nanopatterning products and services enable flexibility and quick turnaround time for conceptual prototyping, parameter optimization, and mass manufacturing.
Patterned Sapphire Substrate
Patterned sapphire substrates (PSS) have been regarded as a reliable and promising technology to increase internal quantum efficiency in GaN-based LEDs through reducing GaN crystal defects. The external quantum efficiency can be improved by extracting more lights out of the active layer using a structured interface. PSS has been evolving towards smaller features at the nanoscale, so called nano-PSS or nPSS, for further improving LED performance and exploring advanced LED products such as micro-LED and UV LEDs.
InterLitho has extensive experience in fabricating large-area and uniform micro- and nanostructures in accordance with PSS and nPSS requirements. Our solutions have great advantages in both fast R&D iteration and high-throughput and low-cost mass production.
Microfluidics and Biochips
Micro and nanostructured interfaces have been widely applied in microfluidics and biomedical areas due to the manipulation of liquid such as wetting, transportation, superhydrophobicity and etc. Most of the relevant applications employ microstructures, however, introducing nanostructures will further broaden the applications. For example, combining nanostructured substrate with functional metallic material, the response to light demonstrates potentials in sensing and detection due to plasmonic resonance.
Recently, InterLitho Technology has designed, fabricated, and characterized large-area biochips made of nanostructures for quantitative molecular detection. Driven by the increasing market need, our company will continue engagement with microfluidics and biochips to achieve high-responsiveness, low-cost, and lab-on-chip applications.
Flexible and Wearable Electronics
Wearable devices with a small size, light weight, and conformability are increasingly important in health care monitoring and human-machine interfaces. To improve the performance of wearable devices, functional structures involving metal nanowire networks, metal mesh, and nanoarray structures have been adopted. There is still large space for further advances in miniaturization, flexibility, and integration of wearable electronics.
Over years, our R&D team has devoted to developing the large-area fabrication of stretchable electrodes with excellent electrical conductivity including flexible electrodes of metal mesh, metallic nanofibers, and nanostructured indium tix oxide (ITO). Powered by advanced nanofabrication, InterLitho will be creating many possibilities in flexible and wearable electronics.