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.
About Kopin CyberDisplays:
The Accupix MPG-230M incorporates the ultra small
Kopin CyberDisplay 180K, a 0.24-inch diagonal color filter active matrix liquid crystaldisplay (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 digitalcamera 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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