Designed by Universal Display with the help of two other companies this gadget will show mission-pertinent data to the USA soldiers at the wrist. For now , the U.S. Army has got just 8 gadgets to check and use.
According to OLED-Display:
The devices were presented to the military for evaluation and testing, and were showcased at the U.S. Army's C4ISR On-the-Move testing environment last month at Fort Dix, New Jersey, where they received positive feedback by senior leaders who make critical research, development and acquisition investment decisions. So far, so good from the sounds of it. It'll be interesting to see if conceptually useful technology like these wrist-mounted units — which frequently appear in science fiction from video games to books and moves — will actually be a worthwhile tool for the military, or if they'll be discovered to be superfluous and little more than a fun toy. We're hoping for the former, because, well, they just look darn cool.