Lumus DK-40

Body Location

Worn on the Head

Primary Application

Lifestyle

About DK-40

The Lumus DK-40 is a wearable head mounted display with augmented reality capabilities. It is designed to appear similar to a generic pair of glasses. The display mounted on the right temple projects a screen on the center of the right eyepiece. This, in conjunction with the camera and sensors, allows the DK-40 to have augmented reality capabilities. Although this hi-tech device is a promising product in the development stages, Lumus is planning to release the DK-40 to OEM manufacturers only. This means that we will most likely see the Lumus brand on another product rather than have an exclusive product from Lumus.

Company

Lumus

Device Name

DK-40

Product Release

March 2014

Price

No Announcement Yet

DK-40 Network


Components

Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Magnetometer, Video Camera, DLP Display & Compass

Power Source

Rechargeable Battery

Connectivity

Undisclosed

Compatibility

Android

Workplace Applications

Remote Expert, Complex Assembly Guidance, Predictive Maintenance, Pick and Pack, Assembly Line Monitoring, Materials Handling, Quality Control and Inspection, Safety Compliance, Work Order Dispatch, Mobile Workforce Communication, Mobile Worker Decision Support, Mobile Worker Situational Awareness, Occupational Health and Safety, Cost Reduction, Automated Environment Digitization, Mobile Workforce Management, Productivity, Process Adherence, Intelligent Information Delivery, Inventory Control, Industrial Process Monitoring & Digital Job Hazard Assessments

Applicable Industries

Mining, Energy, Shipping, Construction & Manufacturing

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