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February 19, 2020
Japan Display Inc.

JDI to Exhibit at 28th 3D & Virtual Reality Expo
-Multi-Person Special VR Training For Natural Disasters and Terrorist Attacks-

Japan Display Inc. ("JDI") (President, Representative Director, and CEO Minoru Kikuoka) will exhibit its free roam VR system, which incorporates JDI VR head-mounted displays (product name VRM-100), at the 28th 3D & Virtual Reality Expo. This expo, which will be held February 26 (Wed.)-28 (Fri.), 2020, at Makuhari Messe, is a specialized exhibition within the Manufacturing World Japan 2020.

Free roam VR refers to a multi-participant type of VR in which multiple users can move around the same space. Unlike traditional VR, which only single individuals can experience, free roam VR is applicable to various operations that require team work, making advanced training possible. JDI provides high-quality training solutions by reproducing special situations, such as natural disasters (earthquakes, etc.) and terrorist attacks, in a VR space and combining this with a system that multiple people can experience.

Be sure to come to JDI's booth at the expo because you will be to try free roam VR.

Outline of exhibition at Manufacturing World Japan 2020

Name of exhibition:
28th 3D & Virtual Reality Expo
February 26 (Wed.)-28 (Fri.), 2020
Makuhari Messe Hall No.11
Booth site:
Free roam VR introduction page:
VRM-100 product website:
VR viewing device website:

The information contained in this press release is accurate as of the date of issuance and is subject to change without notice. Information in this press release, other than statements of historical fact, constitutes forward-looking statements, which are based on available information, operating plans and projections about future events and trends. Forward-looking statements inherently involve risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those predicted in such forward-looking statements.

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