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military spec - Nvidia powered wireless control unit for VR
worn tech The WCU is helmet mounted and talks with the HMD display putting the user at the centre of the VR experience. twin battery bays for hot swap
fully integrated NVidia powered VR ready workstation mounted to your head. power and mode select

twin battery bays for hot swap
rear of wcu

Nvidia powered
- mil spec Worn technology

Working with a respected computer hardware manufacturer, FPD embarked on developing a piece of worn computer hardware. The system in actual fact was responsible for handling and processing wireless digital video including outputs to audiovisual hardware worn by the user.

quarter angle of wcu

wireless control
unit product design

This helmet-mounted computer would carry rechargeable “hot-swappable” battery packs for simple battery change over. The complex organics and accommodation of heat sink components required ‘smart design strategy’ for design development of the unit for mass production.

fully integrated
industrial design for military client

We worked hard to reduce component count and brought the full enclosure to three main components in Polycarbonate and Aluminium. The Production engineering took place on phase two of the prototyping all done by FPD. Pictured you see a rapid prototype via CN, of the phase one design. Phase two has gone into small-scale manufacture and the system now in use internationally.

exploded view of enclosure


We worked closely with the software developers to deliver an unrivaled piece of wearable architecture. We were very pleased to see that our hard work paid off in assisting our client to land a $60M contract with the National Guard for troop training. It was our pleasure to offer next generation product development.

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