MWC 2016. FUJITSU IoT Solution UBIQUITOUSWARE Head-Mounted Display.

| March 6, 2016

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Fujitsu announced the availability in Japan of a Smart Headset (FUJITSU IoT Solution UBIQUITOUSWARE Head-Mounted Display), for Enterprise customers. This wearable technologies was developed with Kopin® Corporation, who provides Licenses and Components to Fujitsu’s new HMD unit. It incorporates Kopin’s display module, optics, Voice ExtractionTM Filter (VEF) technology and software.

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