DeepFrame is the new standard in mixed reality displays, enabling the viewer to experience breath-taking digital visualizations as a virtual layer on top of the real word – in any size and distance you want.

A DeepFrame display consists of a special concave optical lens, which can be mounted on the supplied floor stand or hang suspended in wires for more permanent installations. A curved OLED screen mounted behind the DeepFrame lens, projects the HD or 4K image and light through the lens, creating the illusion of seeing your virtual content projected on top of reality.

The DeepFrame itself is currently 64” (or 115x115cm), making it appropriate for use at both large scale sites - such as infront of buildings and monuments, as well as smaller locations such as an exhibition or museum. The projections themselves can be controlled to seem very close to the viewers – or as far as miles away. The technology presents many applications that apply to a broad range of industries, to visualise everything from a new bridge, a car, a rebuilt castle ruin or a real-size spaceship hovering above the city skyline.



The optical lens used for DeepFrame is manufactured in the same way as a high precision space telescope. The only difference being that DeepFrame points the lens against the audience and not the stars. By adjusting the distance between the curved OLED screen and the DeepFrame optical lens, you control the magnification and thereby change the size of your content, as well as the distance it appears in. The concave optical lens bends the light coming from the curved OLED screen, creating a very precise and fine distortion of the image. This means that the viewers can experience the virtual overlay as much larger and further away, by simply adjusting the distance between the DeepFrame lens and the curved OLED screen slightly.