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January 14th, 2005

Kopin Initiates Production of CyberDisplay Modules for U.S. Military

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Kopin Corp. today announced it has initiated production of its redesigned CyberDisplay 640M-based display modules for military applications, including thermal imaging rifle scopes, following a "Zero Defect" rating achieved in thousands of rounds of simulated and live gun-fire shock testing.

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