Wearable Devices That Have a DLP Display

The following devices include a DLP (Digital Light Processing).

We define "DLP (Digital Light Processing)" as a projection technology which uses a digital micromirror array.


Vuzix M2000AR

Worn on the Head and used for Industrial applications.
The M2000AR glasses is designed to provide hands-free information and augmented reality in industrial usage. This wearable device is...

CastAR

Worn on the Head and used for Gaming & Entertainment applications.
The CastAR is a wearable device used to project a 3D image onto a retroreflective surface. This means that any light projected on the...

Air Scouter

Worn on the Head and used for Industrial applications.
The Air Scouter is a wearable heads up display. It projects images in front of the user's eye on the lens of the glasses. This computing...

Lumus DK-40

Worn on the Head and used for Lifestyle applications.
The Lumus DK-40 is a wearable head mounted display with augmented reality capabilities. It is designed to appear similar to a generic pair...

Recon Instruments Jet

Worn on the Head and used for Fitness applications.
With a sporty frame and a robust design, the Recon Jet is a wearable heads up display geared towards fitness enthusiasts. Custom apps can...

Google Glass

Worn on the Head and used for Lifestyle & Industrial applications.
Google Glass™ is a head-mounted wearable computer, which projects a transparent screen in front of the user’s field of vision. The...

Avegant Glyph

Worn on the Head and used for Entertainment & Gaming applications.
The Avegant Glyph is a cutting edge wearable head-mounted display designed to provide a more lifelike and comfortable viewing experience...