AIR FLOATING IMAGES

Some of the outstanding features that organisms in nature have acquired during the course of
evolution include microscopic surface features and complex internal structures.
for example, Moths eye The eyes of moths are black because their structure does not reflect light.
Inspired by the wisdom of living organisms, we are developing technologies for
anti-reflective structures, and wettability control.

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IMUZAK 3D AIR FLOATING IMAGE

IMUZAK 3D Air Floating Images

IMUZAK’s technology allows images to pop out, touch, and move, which is made possible by IMUZAK’s optical design and mold processing technology.

IMUZAK 3D Air Floating Images

Principles of 3D Air Floating Images

Micro lens array method” is used to form images in the air.
The image is formed by placing microlenses set on the display surface.

Principles of 3D Air Floating Images

Micro Lens Array

microlens array consists of small lenses arranged in a honeycomb structure.
We create countless lens shapes in molds with our specialty microfabrication technology.

Micro Lens Array

Examples of products using Microlens

Air Floating Touchless Switch

feature

  1. Compact
  2. High brightness, high definition
  3. Simple structure
Examples of products using Microlens

CONCEPT

MISSION
STATEMENT

Make the life more beautiful, safer and healthier by nanotechnology. IMUZAK contribute to the world.
MUZAK sends its unique technology and individuality from Yamagata to the world.

Kazumi Sawamura

LEARNING FROM NATURE,
MANUFACTURING

Imuzak – a solution company that makes the impossible possible.

IMUZAK provides solutions that make the impossible possible by optical design, nanotechnology (machine processing, laser processing, semiconductor processing) and know-how, that originally came from our molding technology.

Efforts of IMUZAK

We design molds, microfabricate curved surfaces, and create prototypes to help you understand our technology. We also create prototypes.
As an example, we have developed an optical element with a moth-eye structure by using a special mold process to create an antireflection structure on a curved surface and transfer it to the surface of a plastic part.By transferring this structure onto the surface of plastic parts, we have developed an optical element with a moth-eye structure.
We are also developing hydrophilic surface structures using the same technology.
IMUZAK aims to be a company that continues to disseminate manufacturing innovations learned from the natural world from the land of Yamagata.
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IMUZAK Nanofabrication

IMUZAK is a company that specializes in ultrafine machining on molds.
The surface is processed at the nano-level using an ultrasonictechnology called “nanopec processing.

IMUZAK’s “Nanopec Processing Technology”Features of Nanopec ProcessingWhat can be done with Nanopec processing

IMUZAK’s “Nanopec Processing Technology”

Diamond tool is attached to the tip of the nanopecker, which is vibrated by ultrasonic waves to continue cutting.

Features of Nanopec Processing

Because processing can be done with ultrasonic waves, processing of a □30 mm size can be completed in about one day.

What can be done with Nanopec processing

Since the texture can be adjusted at the nano level, it is possible to control the size according to the purpose.

Application example

  • Transmittance can be expected to improve according to specific wavelengths by transferring to resin etc.
  • It is expected to be used for decoration in the visible light range by changing the texture size.

The photo on the right is an image divided by texture size from 250nm to 750nm from the front side.

COMPANY PROFILE

Company name
IMUZAK Inc.
Establishment
Jan 21, 2015
CEO
Kazumi Sawamura
Capital
87 million yen
Main Bank
Yamagata Bank Jounan Branch, Shounai Bank Akanegaoka Branch
Location
2–2–1 Matsuei, Yamagata city, Yamagata pref, 990–2473, Japan
(Yamagata Research Institute of Technology, Unit 104)
TEL/FAX
023–665–5131
e-mail
k_sawa@imuzak.co.jp