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DVD Glasses Use Kopin Displays

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TAUNTON, Mass., Sept. 15 -- Kopin Corp., a manufacturer of microdisplays for consumer, military and industrial applications, is supplying a microdisplay system comprised of the CyberDisplay 180K, a TV decoder and driver controller chipset for the new Accupix MPG-230M, "personal movie theater" eyewear for DVD viewing.

The Accupix MPG-230M weighs three ounces and displays a virtual image equivalent to a 30-inch diagonal screen viewed from six feet away, says it Korean manufacturer. Its electronics operate on three AA batteries and accept a composite NTSC video input signal. The device is available now in Korea and will be available in other distribution channels by the end of the year.

"The Accupix MPG-230M, worn like a pair of stylish sunglasses, works as a great personal movie theater, the latest in a series of fun, fashionable and ultraportable consumer electronic products enabled by our microdisplays," said John C.C. Fan, Kopin's president and CEO. "We are now entering the 'video on the go' era."

The Accupix MPG-230M incorporates the ultrasmall 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.

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Sep 2004
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