Sept. 7, 2004 – Nokia Corp. has selected Kopin Corp.’s (Nasdaq: KOPN, Profile, News Web) CyberDisplay 180K for a new picture-viewing and storage device, according to a news release. The Kaleidoscope I, about the size of a saltshaker, uses infrared technology to receive images from a mobile phone or digital camera. The device can store up to 24 high-resolution digital images internally and up to 750 images using an external memory card.
The Kaleidoscope’s viewfinder contains CyberDisplay, which incorporates Taunton, Mass.-based Kopin’s “nanopocket” technology. The nanoscale divots collect electrons away from defects on light-emitting diodes, boosting light output.