metaAIR® LAW ENFORCEMENT is a flexible holographic optical filter that is scientifically engineered to provide laser glare protection from laser strikes. It has been created from photo-sensitive polymer materials using nano-patterned designs that block and deflect selected colors or wavelengths. metaAIR® LAW ENFORCEMENT offers best-in-class transparency and filtering strength combination performance. metaAIR® LAW ENFORCEMENT comes in the form of flexible film sheets, pre-cut to a desired shape and size and include a self-adhesive application for flat and single-curved (cylindrical) surfaces.
metaAIR® LAW ENFORCEMENT can be customized to your unique needs, including multiple wavelength glare protection, color balancing, custom installation options and flat or cylindrically curved surfaces (helmet visors, shields, eyewear, etc).
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META (Metamaterial Inc.) is a smart materials and photonics company that is changing the way we use, interact, and benefit from light. Through applied physics and advanced design, we are pioneering a new class of multi-functional materials—called metamaterials— which have engineered properties that go beyond what is found in nature.
At META we design and manufacture functional materials that are more sustainable, higher performing and cost less than the competition. These are complex, structured materials that perform special functions, utilizing light and other forms of energy in new and often surprising ways. Our products are designed using algorithms and engineered at microscopic levels, creating novel functional materials that mimic nature and metamaterials with new properties and capabilities that go beyond those found in natural materials.