Funding for industrial wearables
From its inception, RealWear has focused on products that are specifically designed for the connected enterprise workforce to improve job satisfaction, productivity and, most importantly, safety. Its industrial hands-free wearable computers enhance a worker's situational awareness while delivering vital information on-demand in the harshest of environments.
Developing a wearable display for surgeons
HMDmd Inc announces that development has commenced of the next generation of high performance, wearable displays for medical applications, supported by the proprietary technology, engineering and manufacturing resources.
Vuzix: Supplier and partnership update
This article contains updates on Vuzix's suppliers and partners.
Kopin high-brightness breakthrough for lightning OLED micro displays
Kopin Corporation will demonstrate its high-brightness Lightning™ organic light emitting diodes (OLED) microdisplays including its new 720p resolution (1280 x 720) OLED display.
Updates from CES 2017
A team of IDTechEx analysts attended CES 2017 in the first week of January. Our aim was to cover all of the latest updates and trends in each of the topics that we cover. In this exclusive premium article, we report our observations in the VR, AR/MR, smartwatch & fitness tracker, sensors, air quality monitoring, displays and haptics spaces.
IDTechEx interviewed Hong Choi, the CTO/R&D Manager at Kopin corporation. Kopin span out of MIT over 30 years ago, and has been developing microdisplay technologies, starting with a $55m DARPA project in the early 1990s. Today, the company is focused on the wearable technology market, and particularly on near-eye computing. This profile also mentions their work on high-capacity, SiO-C anode lithium-ion batteries, developed with Hitachi Maxell.
Microdisplay technologies for smartglasses
If the buzz at the Consumer Electronics Show is any indication of things to come (and it usually is), 2016 is expected to be the year of virtual reality.
Microdisplay techology for smartglasses: Enabling the AR-VR revolution
If the buzz at the Consumer Electronics Show is any indication of things to come (and usually, it is), 2016 is expected to be the year of virtual reality (VR). Much anticipated VR headset launches, announcement of investment in enabling technologies, and developments of optimized components made virtual reality the words on everyone's lips at CES2016 in Las Vegas. IDTechEx detail and benchmark the key competing display technologies that will enable this revolution.
Founded in 2010 and based in Israel, VocalZoom's main product revolves around a laser used to acquire information about facial vibrations during speech. The sensor acts as an interferometer and can reduce errors in speech recognition with background noise by upto 75%.