How we communicate is evolving. We're breaking away from systems that require us to adapt to them, and moving towards technologies that allow us to engage in the world.
Kopin’s CyberDisplay, created in 1999, was the first electronic viewfinder for camcorders. This technology replaced the decades’ old cathode ray tube displays, leading to more than 30 million units.
Over the last 30 years, Kopin has been a critical driver in the proliferation of wireless technologies around the globe. Now, Kopin is providing wearable products that capitalize on the wireless internet that it helped create.
From the first portable video cameras to the advancement of smart phones, Kopin’s technologies have made innovation possible. Now, as technology moves beyond handheld devices, Kopin is poised to power the next wave of personal communication wearables.
Kopin’s portfolio includes ultra-small displays, optics, speech enhancement technology, software, low-power chipsets, and ergonomically designed Smart Eyewear and Hearables.
How we see, hear and communicate, Kopin will enhance it.
Kopin has a long history of working with the military to create advanced optical systems based on its ultra small microdisplay, optic, backlight and electronic technologies. From fighter pilot helmet displays, night vision binoculars to thermal weapon gunsights, Kopin’s technology is designed for the toughest environments, which means it’s rugged enough for anything you throw at it.
Without Kopin’s heterojunction bipolar transistor wafers, smartphones might not be as ubiquitous as they are today. Its ability to both conserve as well as amplify power made it an ideal choice for carriers to use when launching new networks. Today, billions of these chips power mobile phones across the globe, allowing them to transmit and receive data at blazing speeds.
Kopin’s displays let you see both what’s in front of you and what lies ahead. It’s in our heritage, both being at the forefront of technology and setting the stage for the next revolution.
Kopin’s history of technical innovation and computing expertise combine to create breakthrough solutions that are transforming the way people see, hear and communicate.
Kopin’s technologies include ultra-small displays, optics, speech enhancement technology, software, and ergonomically designed headset computing systems that are used across consumer, business and military markets.
Kopin continues to set the standard for near-eye display performance and quality, producing the world's smallest and highest-resolution transmissive liquid crystal displays (LCDs).
Our compact, low-power application specific integrated circuits (ASICs) are critical to our customers’ needs for miniaturization and minimal power consumption requirements in their wearable headsets.
Wearable devices are redefining the interactions between users and technology. Kopin understands that the role of human factors and ergonomics is critical in shaping the experiences these devices deliver.
Kopin optics are ideal for wearable headset devices because of their small, light-weight form factors and their ability to produce sharp and colorful images enhancing the capabilities of our display products.
Kopin’s voice capabilities enable ultimate hands-free convenience for wearable headsets. Our technology and expertise is focused on improving the voice recognition accuracy even in the noisiest conditions.
Kopin has been highly prolific in advancing human-computer interaction modalities for wireless "Hands-Free" mobile computing and communications
Portable electronics including wearable headsets require packaging many parts into really tight spaces to reduce the size and weight of the unit.
With the combination of Kopin’s technology portfolio and experience in system design, we are able to provide tailored reference designs, displays, military solutions, and modules that meet the product development needs of our customers.
Kopin designs concept systems to help its customers accelerate the development of wearable headset systems.
Kopin offers the world’s smallest and densest transmissive liquid crystal displays (LCDs). Kopin’s displays, together with its compact optics and low-power ASICs, provide optimum solutions ...
As the largest supplier of microdisplays for the U.S. military, Kopin has delivered displays and modules that are inside a quarter million deployed systems ...
LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Kopin® Corporation (Nasdaq: KOPN), a leading developer and provider of innovative wearable technologies and solutions for head-worn computing and display systems, unleashes SolosTM, an ultra-lightweight performance eyewear streamlined for aerodynamics, style and comfort. Solos allows cyclists to easily access real-time performance data from their smartphone or wearable sensors on its high-resolution head-up display.
WESTBOROUGH, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Kopin Corporation (KOPN), a leading developer of innovative wearable computing technologies and solutions, today provided an update on its business initiatives and reported financial results for the second quarter of 2015, ended June 27. “We are very pleased with our progress in becoming the leading technology provider to the growing wearables market,” said Dr. John C.C. Fan, Kopin’s President and CEO. “In addition to our displays and compact optics technologies, we are very excited...
WESTBOROUGH, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Kopin Corporation (NASDAQ:KOPN), a leading developer of innovative wearable computing technologies and solutions, plans to announce its second quarter financial results before market open on Tuesday August 4th, 2015 at 9:00am ET. On the call, President and Chief Executive Officer Dr. John C.C. Fan and Richard Sneider, the Company’s Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer, will discuss Kopin’s financial results, strategy and business outlook.
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Microdisplays – On July 10th, Kopin Corporation (Westborough, MA) introduced two new products for its CyberDisplay product line. These are the A914 Display Driver and CyberDisplay nHD display.