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Nic Rossmüller : July 5th 2006 - 09:09 CET

Icuiti Tac-Eye OLED display system

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eMaginIcuiti Tac-Eye OLED display system : eMagin Corporation, a leader in personal display systems and OLED microdisplay technology, will provide several thousand microdisplays to Icuiti for production. The agreement calls for an initial delivery of one thousand units with additional units to follow. Designed for the US Military with partial funding from the Air Force Research Lab Human Effectiveness Directorate (AFRL-HE) and the US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), the Tac-Eye display system is designed for maximum efficiency in demanding battlefield environments. The system can be mounted on a helmet or goggles. Icuiti developed the system over three years, working with military personnel to ensure that the system meets their needs.
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The Tac-Eye system combines ultra-low-power electronics and eMagin's industry-leading OLED microdisplays to deliver up to six hours of operation on a lithium battery. Brightness controls allow the operator to adjust for lighting conditions, daylight to darkness. Its high-contrast SVGA (800x600 triad pixels) OLED display combines with Icuiti's Quantum Optics (tm) to provide imaging from a wearable computer, laptop, thermal imager or vehicle-mounted system.

eMagin OLED Microdisplay - Efficiency
"Designing and building the Tac-Eye system led us to evaluate every component and material to ensure optimal performance under extreme conditions," said Stephen Glaser, vice president of sales for Icuiti's Tactical Display Group. "eMagin's OLED microdisplays meet our system needs for power efficiency and performance, and they deliver high resolution for critical communications." The Tac-Eye system's composite construction combines battlefield-level durability and low weight (less than 3 oz or approx. 85g). The battery/control unit allows for one-handed operation and houses the connections for VGA and RS-170 video.

Tac Eye System - Soldier Applications
It accepts virtually any video source from thermal imagers to wearable computers, as well as offering three USB 2.0 ports to accommodate different input sources. "The Tac-Eye system illustrates Icuiti's innovation and commitment to raising the standard for soldier systems," said Susan Jones, executive vice president and chief marketing officer, eMagin Corporation. "Icuiti's choice of OLED microdisplays validates their position as the high-performance, high-efficiency microdisplay for soldier applications."

OLED - Ideal for Near-Eye Applications
Owing to the inherent benefits of OLED technology, eMagin's microdisplays deliver the resolution, brightness, and speed for a broad range of defense and security applications - at the lowest system power of any near-eye solution. Because OLEDs can change state in microseconds rather than many milliseconds, eMagin microdisplays deliver images and information virtually flicker-free in these applications, making them usable for extended periods with no adverse effects. Since they emit light in all directions, OLED microdisplays also accommodate a greater range of pupil movement than traditional LCDs. The world's lowest power display solution, they provide soldiers with critical information for extended periods in harsh environments, ranging from extreme cold to high heat without additional heaters or coolers. In addition, because the displays are solid-state, they hold the image, even in high-vibration environments.

About Icuiti
Founded in 1997, Icuiti designs and manufactures personal display solutions for a variety of markets. The company is a leader in the emerging personal display market and today ships thousands of display systems to consumer and military customers all over the world. Icuiti is currently privately held with offices in Rochester, NY, and Tokyo.

About eMagin Corporation
A leader in personal display systems and OLED microdisplay technologies, eMagin integrates high-resolution OLED microdisplays, magnifying optics, and systems technologies to create a virtual image that appears comparable to that of a computer monitor or a large-screen television. eMagin's OLED displays have broad market reach and are incorporated into a variety of near-to-eye imaging products by military, industrial, medical and consumer OEMs, who choose eMagin's award-winning technology as a core component for their solutions. eMagin's first personal display system, the Z800 3DVisor provides superb 3D stereovision and headtracking for PC gaming, training and simulation, and other applications. It won the CEA's Innovation of Year award in the digital display category and won additional recognition in the electronic gaming category. eMagin's microdisplay manufacturing and R&D operations are co-located with IBM on its campus in East Fishkill, New York. System design facilities and sales and marketing are located in Bellevue, Washington. A sales office is located in Tokyo, Japan.

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