Binocular optic see-through

The ARS.31 binocular optical see-through HMD is a specialized product designed for Augmented Reality (AR) applications. It is an opto-electronic device that projects an image or streams video using near-the-eye microdisplays and beam splitter plates. As two displays are available, one for each eye, a three-dimensional content can be visualized by utilizing the stereoscopic effect in the natural field of view of the user.

Technical Specifications*preliminary
Micro Displays 2x SXGA LCD 1280 x 1024 pixels, 5:4 aspect ratio
Display Color24 bit RGB color input
Luminance/Backlight 180 cd/m²
Frame Rate 60 Hz
Pixel Response Time< 8 ms
See-through Optics 70 % image reflection, 30 % image transmittance (*other ratios possible on request)
FOV (diagonal) 30 degrees, 100 %
Focus plane 1 m (*can be adapted on order request, e.g. 0.5m, 10m, 150m)
Aspect Ratio5:4 (12 mm x 9.6 mm active area display)
IPD adjustment 59 – 70 mm adjustable
Eye Relief 30 mm (regular glasses can be worn)
Audio (optional) Built-in microphone, mono speaker on headband (*customization see accessory)
Camera (optional) 5 MP module with autofocus (see camera information sheet)
Operating Temperature 0° C to +60° C (operating temperature display)
Weight TBD (without headband and hinges)
Dimensions (W/H/D) 115 mm x 90 mm x 56 mm (without headband and hinges)
Subject to technical modifications

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