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WFTW 2014

Date: May 15-16, 2014
Location: Shanghai, China
Venue: Crowne Plaza

WFTW 2014 is the second annual Global Augmented Reality Summit and focuses on wearable technologies, including flexible electronics and augmented reality technologies.

Khronos Group talk at WFTW 2014

Erik Noreke, Khronos Group VP of Business Development and Work Group Chair of both OpenSL ES and OpenMAX AL, will be talking at the upcoming WFTW 2014 conference in Shanghai China.

The global wearable device market will see big gains in the coming years due to the growing popularity of the technology. A research institute predicted that the wearable device market will reach US$20.6 billion in 2018, with worldwide shipments totaling 191 million units. As to China, wearable device is expected to reach 40 million sales volume and CNY11.49 billion (US$1.9 billion) market scale in 2015. Flexible electronics plays a key role in the wearable industry chain. The global flexible display application market will reach US$3,298 million by 2017 at an estimated CAGR of 45.1% from 2012 to 2017. US lead the overall flexible display market. Europe, APAC, and Rest of the world follow it. Under this optimistic background, DEMAND-LED is organizing Wearable and Flexible Technologies World 2014 & 2nd annual Global AR Summit which will be held on 14-16 May 2014 in Shanghai China. The conference will be focus on wearable technologies, including flexible electronics and augmented reality technologies. We have already successfully organized industry related summits like China International Energy Harvesting Summit and annual events of China international OLEDs Summit. It is our second time organizing Global AR summit. We set highly expectations to bring together major companies on the industry chain, specialists on a platform to discuss latest technologies, current challenges, various applications and explain the big trend of the next decade — BYOW.