Still partnered with GE and Honeywell. That holds my confidence to say the least.
Amazon phone works without wearing 3d glasses but by sensing position of user's eyes so its always aligned for the 3d effect. INVN the leader in gyros and sensors... could their chips be driving all that ??
OLED has been in the research and development stage since 1987 when the first OLED diode was conceived. Many practical problems need to be ironed out still. LCOS, especially the latest version by Himax is the most suitable for wearable devices currently.
The SiMEye Glass by ChipSip. 1080p video capture and it's an Android wearable device so it downloads apps just like a phone or tablet.
Ready for production. Runs on Android so innovative developers worldwide can write apps for it. Industrial uses like warehouse inventory automation etc etc.
Computex 2014, the massive international tech show kicks off June 3 in Taiwan. 49 exhibitors are showing off wearable computing technology with 79 products. Himax is known to be working with multiple customers including well-known names on multiple designs with their LCOS displays.
Himax continues to work with other manufacturers. This week's Computex show in Taiwan may reveal some interesting things. Computex is like the annual CES show in Vegas.