Telepathy Japan Inc. (CEO Kenichi Suzuki) released information about "Telepathy Walker," a wearable device mainly developed for mobile Augmented Reality gaming, at 2016 International CES (Consumer Electronics Show®), which is scheduled to run from January 6 to January 10, 2016, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

- "Telepathy Walker" ~ Playground, Every Wear ~

"Telepathy Walker" is a wearable device that enables users to enjoy Augmented Reality games indoors or outdoors. With Telepathy Walker, users can immerse themselves in mobile AR games with first-person point of view. The product enables mobile gaming experiences that users cannot enjoy with smartphones. Telepathy's original virtual display augments your vision even under bright sunshine. Walker's portable shell design allows you to see "Playground, Every Wear."

In February, "Telepathy Walker" will be available through crowdfunding sites for the customers in the U.S., Canada, and Japan. You can subscribe to our exclusive updates and special early-bird offers at Walker's website: http://www.telepathywalker.com/

Ecosystem surrounding "Telepathy Walker" is rapidly growing. Walker is of greater use with various attachment parts and external battery. Telepathy Walker will be the world's first SIM-free smart-glass that can connect to mobile networks globally, including the U.S. and Japan.

- Specifications of "Telepathy Walker"

Display resolution: 1/4 HD (960x540, equivalent to a smartphone screen from 20 inches)
Camera: 5 Mega Pixel, Auto-Focus
OS: Android 4.4
Connection: Wireless LAN / BT
Pre-installed applications include the following:
Application Market Place for application developers
Eye Connect and Talent Buzz, next-generation communication applications with first-person point of view
Entertainment and navigation applications
Delivery date: Early Summer 2016
Price: Approx. $700, more discounts for early-bird crowdfunding backers
For more information, please visit: http://www.telepathywalker.com/

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