Binocular opaque HMD

The SXGA.62 HMD is a specialized product designed for Virtual Reality(VR) applications. It is an opto-electronic device that projects an image orstreams video through near-the-eye microdisplays. The SXGA.62 HMD is used like a standard monitor for computers with HDMI video output. The device is equipped with two micro LCD displays attached to magnifying optical elements of high quality for each eye.

Technical Specifications*preliminary
Display2x SXGA LCD 1280 x 1024 pixels, 5:4 aspect ratio
Display Color24 bit RGB color input
Luminance/Backlight 180 cd/m2 each
Contrast Ratio TBD
Frame Rate 60 Hz
Pixel Response Time< 8 ms
FOV (diagonal) 45 degrees per eye, 100% overlap
Distortion< 3 %
Focal plane /
2130 mm
Eye Relief 27 mm (regular glasses can be worn)
Eye Motion Box8 mm (h) x 6 mm (v)
Audio (optional) Built-in microphone, mono speaker and headset (*customization see accessory)
Camera (optional) Single or stereo cameras for video see-through available (*on request)
Power Consumption< 2.5 W (5V taken from USB)
Operating Temperature 0° C to +60° C (operating temperature display)
Weight 220 g
Dimensions (W/H/D) 140 mm x 53 mm x 55 mm
Subject to technical modifications

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