Proof-of-concept demonstration will highlight plans for immersive simulations that can be experienced without wearables, head-mounted displays or glasses.
Dimenco

VELDHOVEN, The Netherlands—Dimenco, an international pioneer in display technologies and fully owned subsidiary of KDX, will present its concept for a first-of-its kind Simulated Reality (SR) display system at the Society for Information Display’s Display Week, May 20 – 25 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The demonstration will showcase emerging technologies to deliver a virtual reality-like experience without glasses, hand-held devices or other wearable gear. It will also feature mid-air haptics technology, from strategic partner Ultrahaptics, that will allow users to interact with simulated objects just as they do with their real-world counterparts.

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KDX/Dimenco will offer sample SR demonstrations at booth 1519 on the show floor and full demonstrations at its offsite showroom. The offsite demos will include simulations that will allow users to explore a jungle environment, take a breathtaking ride on a hang glider and engage in other thrilling, immersive experiences.

Additionally, Dimenco will serve as sponsor for Display Week’s annual Media Lunch on at noon on May 22 in Press Room 507. Dimenco CEO Maarten Tobias will make a short presentation on the future of Simulated Reality at the event and present the company’s plans for introducing its first development kit and product launch in 2019.

“We believe in a future without limits, where our senses and physical location aren’t the boundary, but the starting point,” says Tobias. “Together with the brightest minds in our industry, we are developing technology to create a new experience, one that brings people together no matter where they are. We call it Simulated Reality.”

KDX/Dimenco is at the forefront of making multi-sensory immersive experiences, like those pictured in such films as Blade Runner, a reality. Simulated Reality is the next logical step beyond virtual reality and augmented reality. It will allow people to see, hear and interact with computer-simulated objects, environments and characters, without glasses or wearables.

“The technology promises to redefine the very concept of ‘experience,’” notes Tobias. “Time, location, capabilities and even budget will no longer limit what you can experience.”

Simulated Reality demonstrations at Dimenco’s offsite suite are by reservation only. For bookings, contact Greg Agostinelli at greg@dimenco.eu.

About KDX

Established in August 2001, Kangdexin Composite Material Group (KDX) is a material technology firm mainly engaged in development, production and sale of high polymer materials. KDX, listed (stock code: 002450) in Shenzhen small and medium-sized enterprise stock market in July 2010, involves three major material fields -Laminating Film material, photoelectric material and carbon material, and maintains a leading position in the global competition.

KDX with a market cap of $10 billion owns four major business clusters, over 30 subsidiary companies, 9 R&D centers in 8 countries and regions, and a global marketing network across over 80 countries and regions.

About Dimenco

Founded in 2010 in Veldhoven, the Netherlands, Dimenco a fully owned subsidiary, is a leading technology company bringing excitement and reality to the world. Dimenco is recognized as a global market leader in spatial visualization with high-quality award-winning products. We Bring Reality.

www.dimenco.eu

www.kangdexin.com

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