Friday, April 20, 2018
Thursday, April 19, 2018
Future generation's are getting inspired and amped up about LUCI! Thank you to @Stanford and the organizers of Cool Product Expo, for putting on a great show. #CPX #Stanford #Immersive #Entertainment #ImmersionOnDemand pic.twitter.com/Ga9ka60P94— LUCI (@DiscoverLUCI) April 19, 2018
Dogwoof secures deal for an immersive documentary ‘VESTIGE’. The immersive doc allows the viewer to experience the healing that can be discovered on the other side of grief and loss. Vestige is due for release in Spring of 2019. via @VRFocus https://t.co/whC3nEA4Wa #Tribeca2018— LUCI (@DiscoverLUCI) April 19, 2018
Potent thriller ‘A Quiet Place’ is a master class in using sound to immerse people into stories. LUCI believes the future of immersive entertainment is not just in what you see around you, but how you use VR spatial audio to elevate the experience @verge https://t.co/3CbGQUfAQa— LUCI (@DiscoverLUCI) April 19, 2018
#AR not just for gaming it’s, also saving lives - of both firemen and those they are saving. Proud to have #Lumus Ltd. displays in the #Qwake Technologies C-Thru Helmet. https://t.co/wOVCwCRydb#future #tech #safety pic.twitter.com/K5RW5UrIsv— Lumus (@LumusVision) April 2, 2018
Plugged into the right kind of gunsight, the ENVG-B will further superimpose cross-hairs telling the soldier exactly where his or her weapon is aimed. (The technical term here is Rapid Target Acquisition). Plugged into the Nett Warrior networking device, the ENVG-B can also display pointers showing the direction to friendly troops, reported enemies, and tactical objectives. Historically, to get all this information, a soldier would have to look at one device, then another, then another — weighing him down with gadgetry and potentially taking his eyes off potential threats as he looked down at a screen or compass.
Headed to the Sea Otter Classic? Drop by Booth #768 to test ride Raptor, meet the Everysight team, and enter our raffle for your chance to win your own Raptor AR Smartglasses.— Everysight (@goEverySight) April 18, 2018
We'll be sharing updates on our event page: https://t.co/szjICYzslh pic.twitter.com/GXAYIjLBX6
First Mover in Fitness AR! Kopin is going to Rock the Sea Otter Classic with Solos! Unparalleled Performance etc!
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
"The industry needs a new way to consume more immersive content.” LUCI is working on redefining how we as humans relate to content. @VRFocus @Haidamus https://t.co/BAahqa1RSs #Immersive #Entertainment #Techology #ImmersionOnDemand #IOD— LUCI (@DiscoverLUCI) April 18, 2018
Afghan Special Security Forces killed 22 Islamic State-Khorasan fighters attempting to defend IS-K’s strategic center of Darzab district, Jowzjan province on Apr. 11.— USSOCOM (@USSOCOM) April 18, 2018
Persistent Afghan and U.S. SOF pressure in Jowzan province has reduced IS-K to an isolated group of fighters. pic.twitter.com/4YuuYr1tx2
I also went to Hopewell, NY, to visit an even smaller public company, eMagin. According to eMagin CEO Andrew Scully, AR needs a mechanically flexible battery, voice input, artificial intelligence, a smartphone connection, and a high-speed graphics processor. eMagin thinks that OLED is preferable to LCOS because it can reach >2000 ppi, supports contrast levels, has faster response times, is transparent, and can reach acceptable luminance levels. eMagin can achieve luminous levels of over 2,000 nits because it is the first company that has been able to pattern OLEDs at the micron level and therefore does not need a color filter, which blocks >50 percent of the light.
Looking forward to a great day at the Cool Product Expo, showcasing the best in immersive entertainment wearables. Come visit us at the knight Management Center @StanfordUniversity @StanfordVR Graduate School of Business tomorrow from 12-4PM. #ImmersiononDemand #Entertainment pic.twitter.com/R04rpTh3Ki— LUCI (@DiscoverLUCI) April 18, 2018
Tuesday, April 17, 2018
I think somebody's going to get a Ribbon for "Honorable Mention-Most Colorful Booth" at the Science Fair! That Raytheon Sight is Anthropological!
Visit us in Orlando this week @SPIEevents DCS show along with @ForthDD and @nvisinc. Go along to booth #832 to see microdisplays, training & simulation systems and displays for sights and viewers. #SPIEDCS pic.twitter.com/oxMso2PvFi— Kopin (@kopin) April 18, 2018