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New Virtual Movie Glasses for Consumers by Accupix

Sep 22 2004, 4:12am EST | by , in News | Portable Devices

New Virtual Movie Glasses for Consumers by Accupix
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Accupix markets new Personal Movie Viewing glasses powered with Kopin Technology.

Update 12/13/04:
The Accupix MP-Glass sells for $449.00 at CNGTek

Kopin Corp. is the largest U.S. manufacturer of microdisplays for consumer, military and industrial applications. Kopin is supplying a microdisplay system composed of the CyberDisplay 180K, a TV decoder and driver controller chipset for the new Accupix MPG-230M.

The Accupix MPG-230M is multimedia "virtual movie theater" eyewear mainly designed for watching DVDs.
The Accupix MPG-230M glasses weigh three ounces and displays a virtual image equivalent to 30-inch diagonal screen viewed from six feet away. When and if the Accupix MPG-230M will be available in a store near you is not known. More details in this Press-Release. Kopin also supplied the technology behind the Nokia Kaleidoscope I.

New Virtual Movie Glasses for Consumers vr glasses Future Tech Gadget Gift geek cool gadget Product Technology Future Cool smallest, Buy Gift Sale Electronics device camera player new gadget future gadget Future Technology News technology Review About Kopin CyberDisplays:
The Accupix MPG-230M incorporates the ultra small Kopin CyberDisplay 180K, a 0.24-inch diagonal color filter active matrix liquid crystal display (AMLCD) with an active resolution of 800 x 225, or 180,000 color pixel dots. Kopin CyberDisplays are the world's smallest active matrix liquid crystal displays (AMLCDs) featuring color filter technology. They are ideal for camcorder and digital camera viewfinders, head-mounted devices, next-generation eyewear, and most portable consumer and industrial applications.
More details on the Kopin and Accupix sites.



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