UF Based Company Develops Technology for Cheaper Tech Screens to Sell Globally (WCJB TV20)

UF Based Company Develops Technology for Cheaper Tech Screens to Sell Globally

You might not think much about how your phone or TV screen works the way it does. As you can guess, there’s plenty of technology behind it–literally. One group of University of Florida graduates have built a company around that technology. It’s called Mattrix Technologies, a UF startup and UF Innovate | The Hub resident client.

“Mattrix Technologies spun out of the University of Florida. We started out on campus, working out of the basement of the physics department,” said president and CEO Max Lemaitre.

The success of Mattrix Technologies has been a long time coming. “Essentially, we invented a new technology for advanced displays. So if you think of your cell phone, TV, or monitor– our technology will allow those premium style displays to be manufactured much more cost-effectively,” said Lemaitre.

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