Kopin presents ruggedized CyberDisplay LCDs at SID 2006

SAN FRANCISCO, 7 June 2006. Kopin Corporation, maker of microdisplays for military and consumer applications, is demonstrating a variety of military and industrial products incorporating Kopin's ruggedized CyberDisplay LCDs at the Society for Information Display (SID) 2006 Exhibition, being held at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco through Thursday.

SAN FRANCISCO, 7 June 2006. Kopin Corporation, maker of microdisplays for military and consumer applications, is demonstrating a variety of military and industrial products incorporating Kopin's ruggedized CyberDisplay LCDs at the Society for Information Display (SID) 2006 Exhibition, being held at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco through Thursday.

CyberDisplay microdisplay technology is well suited to various battery-operated thermal imaging products, from helmet-mounted viewers to thermal weapon sights and advanced night vision goggles.

Kopin microdisplays are transmissive active matrix liquid crystal displays (AMLCDs) that use single-crystal silicon transistors. They offer high pixel density, allowing the highest resolution and sharpest image quality for their size. The CyberDisplay AMLCDs are based on the same color filter technology and display architecture as the industry standard LCD TV. All new CyberDisplays utilize Kopin's patent-pending low-voltage architecture for low power consumption and compatibility with CMOS driver ICs.

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