So why not Google Glass?
"For us to address our markets, we really needed a display ... that gave us full control over the user's line of sight," says Kim, adding that the slight glance upward needed to view Google Glass' display could be problematic for applications where maintaining visual focus is critically important.
He was quick to praise Google's work in bringing the concept of wearable computing into the foreground, however.
"We're actually big fans of Glass. Google's done a lot to try and bring the overall industry awareness of the technology to the point where it's gotten easier for us to get people to buy into the concept," he says.
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