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.
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 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.