Interfaces de R.V.

23.09.2008 07:07

 

De las interfaces de Realidad Virtual seguramente la más persuasiva es el casco (también es la más llamativa). El casco de RV es un visor estéreo unido a un audífono estéreo que aísla e interviene los sentidos de la vista y del oído para remplazarlos con su luz y sonido propios, la extraordinaria coordinación de estos estímulos es capaz de generar un flujo continuo de sensaciones coherentes.

La coherencia es uno de los más importantes y poderosos vehículos de persuasión de la Realidad Virtual: la coherencia nos brinda sentido. La secuencia coherente de las imágenes provoca la sensación de movimiento, la sucesión coherente de movimiento genera la sensación de eventos que puede relacionar o asociar al contacto con un espacio real. La estereoscopía también es una fuente de coherencia: la asociación de dos imágenes que se corresponden y que describen el mismo objeto, idénticas en contenido pero distintas en ángulo,  pueden inducir en el espectador una imagen del espacio: la imagen mental tridimensional es resultado de la coherencia de un sutil desfase del espacio y el tiempo que representan dos imágenes.

A continuación muestro una lista con ochenta ejemplos de interfaces. Esta lista se divide en dos partes: la primera con imágenes en blanco y negro, que es más vieja y que realicé en colaboración con Cuauhtémoc Sentíes que incluye modelos hasta 2003, y la segunda parte (imágenes en color) que recopilamos y el Lic. Tonatiuh Herrera Reyes y yo a partir de 2005 y muestra modelos más recientes. Incluyo los textos originales de sus inventores, para que el lector pueda apreciar la forma en que se presentaron al consumo del público.

 

Fakespace Labs

BOOM 3-C

Video Output: Full Color Stereo - or Monoscopic

Resolution: Up to 1280 x 1024 pixels per eye

Optics: User interchangeable modules offer from 40 to 110 degrees horizontal field of view

Tracking: Opto-mechanical

Accuracy: 0.015" at 30"

Latency: 200ns

Range: 6.0? (1.8m) diameter horizontal circular movement

2.5? (0.8m) vertical movement

Eric Lorimer, Fakespace Labs, Inc., 241

Polaris Ave., Mountain View, CA 94043,

Tel: 650-688-1940, Fax: 650-688-1949.

https://www.fakespacelabs.com

 

 

 

 

 Fakespace Labs

PUSH640

37° or 28°(H) x 21° or 9°(V) FOV; 640 x 532

pixels, 60Hz VGA; 100% overlap; TFT-LCD;

340,000 dots; stereo: yes; weight: 25 lb.;

US$9,995.

Eric Lorimer, Fakespace Labs, Inc., 241 Polaris Ave.,

Mountain View, CA 94043, Tel: 650-688-1940,

Fax: 650-688-1949.

https://www.fakespacelabs.com

 

 

 

 

Fakespace Labs

PUSH1280

30-140°(H) x 90°(V) FOV; 180Hz RGB FSC;

100% overlap; CRT; 1280 x 1024 pixels;

stereo: yes; weight: 50 lb.; US$24,995.

Eric Lorimer, Fakespace Labs, Inc., 241 Polaris Ave.,

Mountain View, CA 94043, Tel: 650-688-1940,

Fax: 650-688-1949.

https://www.fakespacelabs.com

 

 

Interactive Imaging

VFX3D

31°(H) x 19.°(V) FOV; 263 x 480 pix-els;

100% overlap; AMLCD; 360,000

dots; stereo: yes; weight: 32 oz.;

US$1795 includes 3DOF tracker and

interface

Steve Glaser, Interactive Imaging Systems, Inc., 2166 Brighton-Henrietta

TL Road, Rochester, NY 14623, Tel: 716-273-8293, Fax: 716-240-8003.

https://www.iisvr.com

 

 

 

 

Kaiser Electro-Optics

ProView™ XL35 & XL50

29°(H) x 21°(V) FOV [40°(H) x

30°(V) for the XL50]; 1024 x 768 pix-els;

100°% overlap; full color

AMLCD; 2.36M dots/channel; stereo:

yes; weight: 35 oz.; US$19,500.

Rose Waldie, Kaiser Electro-Optics, Inc., 2752 Loker Ave. West,

Carlsbad, CA 92008, Tel: 760-438-9255, Ext: 243, Fax: 760-438-6875.

https://www.keo.com

 

Kaiser Electro-Optics

ProView™ XL40/50STm

36°(H) x 27°(V) [48°(H) on 50ST]

FOV; 1024 x 768 pixels; 100% overlap

[24° for 50ST]; AMLCD monochrome;

786,432 dots/channel; stereo: yes;

weight: 28 oz. w/headband mount;

price: US$50,000.

Rose Waldie, Kaiser Electro-Optics, Inc., 2752 Loker Ave. West,

Carlsbad, CA 92008, Tel: 760-438-9255, Ext: 243, Fax: 760-438-6875.

https://www.keo.com

 

 

 

Kaiser Electro-Optics

Sim Eye™XL100A

100°(H) x 50°(V) FOV w/30% overlap

[65°(H) x 50°(V) FOV w/100% overlap];

1024 x 768 pixels; 100% or 30% overlap;

full color AMLCD; 3.8 arcmin/color

group; stereo: yes; weight: 5 lb. w/helmet; price: US$87,500.

Rose Waldie, Kaiser Electro-Optics, Inc., 2752 Loker Ave. West,

Carlsbad, CA 92008, Tel: 760-438-9255, Ext: 243, Fax: 760-438-6875.

https://www.keo.com

 

 

Kaiser Electro-Optics

ProView™SL35 Monocular

34°(H) x 27°(V) FOV; (800 x 3) x 600

pixels; full color AMLCD; 2.6

arcmin/color group @ SVGA; stereo: yes;

weight: 350 g.; price: US$16,500.

Rose Waldie, Kaiser Electro-Optics, Inc., 2752 Loker Ave. West,

Carlsbad, CA 92008, Tel: 760-438-9255, Ext: 243, Fax: 760-438-6875.

https://www.keo.com

 

 

  

i-O Display Systems

i-glasses LC, LCB

24°(H) x 18°(V) FOV; 266 x 225 pixels;

100% overlap; 180k color AMLCD;

180,000 dots; stereo: special order;

weight: 8 oz.; US$399. [supports compos-ite

and S-video] [LCB, supports RCA and S-video, $499.]

Dave Graham, i-O Display Systems, LLC, 1338 N. Market Boulevard,

Sacramento, CA 95834, Tel: 916-928-9639, Fax: 916-928-9539.

https://www.i-glasses.com

 

 

i-O Display Systems

Protec

37°(H) x 21°(V) FOV; 640 x 480 pixels;

100% overlap; 512k color AMLCD +

active doubling; 1.024M dots; stereo: yes;

weight: 12.5 oz.; US$4,000.

Dave Graham, i-O Display Systems, LLC, 1338 N. Market Boulevard,

Sacramento, CA 95834, Tel: 916-928-9639, Fax: 916-928-9539.

https://www.i-glasses.com

 

i-O Display Systems

i-glasses SVGA

20.8°(H) x 15.6°(V) FOV; 800 x 600 pix-els;

100% overlap, 7’10” convergence;

Reflective LCD by Zight; 1.44M dots;

stereo: option; weight: 6.5 oz.; US$999.

n-Vision

Datavisor ® 80

80° monocular [120° max. (H)] x 60° (V)

FOV; 640 x 480 to 1280 x 1024 pixels;

50% overlap; 1 in. CRT; stereo: yes; weight:

64 oz.; US$90,000. (USA List)

Marc Foglia, n-Vision, Inc., 7915 Jones

Branch Drive, Ste. 1201, McLean, VA

22102, Tel: 703-506-8808, Fax: 703-903-0455.

https://www.nvis.com

 

n-Vision

Datavisor ® VGA, HiRes*

52° monocular [78° max. (H)] x 39° (V)

FOV; 640 x 480 pixels (VGA), HiRes can

be 640 x 480 to 1280 x 1024 pixels;

50%/100% overlap; 1 in. CRT; stereo: yes;

weight: 56 oz.; US$45,000 (HiRes),

US$20,000 (VGA) (USA List)[* See-through option shown]

Marc Foglia, n-Vision, Inc., 7915 Jones Branch Drive, Ste. 1201,

McLean, VA 22102, Tel: 703-506-8808, Fax: 703-903-0455.

https://www.nvis.com

 

n-Vision

Virtual Binoculars VGA, HiRes

42°(H) x 31.5°(V) [60°(H) x 45°(V) LCD]FOV; 640

x 480 to 1280 x 1024 pixels (HiRes), [640 x 480 pix-els

VGA, LCD]; 100% overlap; 1 in. CRT (HiRes,

VGA), [1.3 in. AMLCD; 921,600 dots [LCD]; stereo:

yes; weight: 36 oz. [32 oz. LCD}; US$25,000 (HiRes),

$13,500 (VGA), $10,000 (LCD). (USA List)

Marc Foglia, n-Vision, Inc., 7915 Jones Branch Drive, Ste. 1201,,

McLean, VA 22102, Tel: 703-506-8808, Fax: 703-903-0455.

https://www.nvis.com

Resolution: 800 x 600
Pixels: 1.44 Million Pixels per Display
Field of View: 29 Degrees Diagonal
Image Size: 70" at 13'
Color Depth: 24 Bit Input
IPD Adjustments: None Required
Focus: 13' TBR
Eye Relief: 25mm
Exit Pupil: 17mmH x 6mmV
Convergence: 7'10", 100% Overlap, TBR
VGA / SVGA / XVGA Input: Scaled to SVGA (800 x 600)
Refresh Rate: Flicker Free 100hz
Audio: Full Stereo
Weight: < 7 Ounces
Adjusts to Fit all Individuals
Control Features: On / Off, Volume Control
HMD Cable Configuration: Audio: 1/8"

Stereo: Dual channel support

 

Z800 3DVisor Product Features:

Full SVGA stereovision: (800 x 3 x 600) OLEDs
Field of View: 40 Degrees Diagonal
Image Size: 105" at 12'
Color Depth: 24 Bit Input
IPD Adjustments: None Required
High contrast: 200:1 ratio

Full color: 16.7 million pixels
Low power: USB-powered visor
Lightweight, ergonomic: 8 oz visor
Built-in stereo sound and noise-canceling microphone

V-Real Viewer 3D

Resolution: 640 x 480 or 800x600
Virtual Image Size: 76" at 13'
Field of View: 30 degrees
Input Signal: NTSC/PAL Video, VGA (640x480) or SVGA (800x600)
Modes: 2D and 3D Stereoscopic
Control Functions: Brightness, Contrast and Volume
IPD Adjustments: None Required
Eye Relief: 25MM
Power Consumption: 6V

 

i-visor FX601

Full SVGA stereo 3D: 800 x 600 OLEDs
Field of View: 42 Degrees Diagonal
Image Size: 120" at 12'
3D Stereo: Field sequential stereovision
Color Depth: 24 Bit Input
IPD Adjustments: None Required
High contrast: 200:1 ratio
Full color: 16.7 million pixels
Low power: USB-powered visor
Lightweight, ergonomic: 4.23 oz

 

Olympus

Eye-Trek FMD-20P

30°(H) x 22.7°(V) FOV; 267 x 225 pix-els;

AMLCD (Delta); 180K dots; stereo:

no; weight: 85 g.; US$399. Requires Sony PlayStation 2

Joseph Leo, Olympus America Inc., 2 Corporate Center Drive, Melville,

NY 11747-3157, Tel: 631-844-5000, Ext. 5608, Fax: 631-844-5339

https://www.eye-trek-olympus.com

 

 

Olympus

Eye-Trek FMD-250W

37.5°(H) x 21.7°(V) FOV; 356 x 225

pixels; AMLCD (Delta); 180K dots;

stereo: no; weight: 95 g.; US$799.

Joseph Leo, Olympus America Inc., 2 Corporate Center Drive, Melville,

NY 11747-3157, Tel: 631-844-5000, Ext. 5608, Fax: 631-844-5339

https://www.eye-trek-olympus.com

 

 

Olympus

Eye-Trek FMD-200

30°(H) x 22.7°(V) FOV; 267 x 225 pix-els;

AMLCD (Delta); 180K dots; stereo:

no; weight: 85 g.; US$499.

Joseph Leo, Olympus America Inc., 2 Corporate Center Drive, Melville,

NY 11747-3157, Tel: 631-844-5000, Ext. 5608, Fax: 631-844-5339

https://www.eye-trek-olympus.com

 

 

 

Olympus

Eye-Trek FMD-700

30°(H) x 22.7°(V) FOV; equivalent to

533 x 450 pixels (Optical Super

Resolution); AMLCD (Delta); equivalent

to 720K dots; stereo: no; weight: 105 g.;

US$1199.

Joseph Leo, Olympus America Inc., 2 Corporate Center Drive, Melville,

NY 11747-3157, Tel: 631-844-5000, Ext. 5608, Fax: 631-844-5339

https://www.eye-trek-olympus.com

 

 

OIP Sensor Systems

HOPROS Multisync 26°

21°(H) x 16°(V) FOV; PAL CCIR &

NTSC/RS-170, VGA ... XVGA; over-lap:

n/a; high brightness B&W CRT;

750 x 560 pixels; stereo: no; weight:

550 g.; price: contact vendor.

Francoise De Groote, OIP Sensor Systems, Westerring 21, B-9700

Oudenaarde, Belgium, Tel: +32-55-333-811, Fax: +32-55-316-895.

https://www.oip.be

 

OpTechs

Talos

22.2°(H) x 16.6°(V) FOV; 800 x 600

pixels; 100% overlap; CMD; 480,000

dots; stereo: yes; weight: 6 oz.; US$1,850

Jeffery McCabe, OpTechs, Inc., 1442 E. Lincoln Avenue, Suite 392,

Orange, CA 92865, Tel: 714-637-5215, Fax: -e-

https://www.optechs.net

 

Tek Gear

M1

16°(H) FOV; 320 x 240 pixels; overlap n/a

[monocular]; AMLCD; 76,800 dots;

stereo: no; weight: <4.0 oz.; US$500.

Deborah Williams, Tek Gear, 1-90 Market

Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, R3B 0P3, Canada, Tel: 204-988-3001,

Fax: 204-988-3050.

https://www.tekgear.ca

 

Tek Gear

PCTV-K180

30°(H) x 23°(V) FOV; 800 x 225 pixels;

100% overlap; display AMLCD with

OSR; [180K x 4(OSR) = 720,000

dots; stereo: yes - eye SCREAM

encoded; weight: 3.7 oz.; US$2,450.

Deborah Williams, Tek Gear, 1-90 Market Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, R3B

0P3, Canada, Tel: 204-988-3001, Fax: 204-988-3050.

https://www.tekgear.ca

Tek Gear

PTV-K240

37.5°(H) x 21.7°(V) FOV; 1068.5 x

225 [16:9 - 4:3] pixels; 100% overlap;

display AMLCD; 240,000 dots;

stereo: yes - field sequential; weight:

3.4 oz.; US$1,500.

Deborah Williams, Tek Gear, 1-90 Market Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, R3B

0P3, Canada, Tel: 204-988-3001, Fax: 204-988-3050.

https://www.tekgear.ca

 

 

 

OIP Sensor Systems

HOPROS Video 20°

16°(H) x 12°(V) FOV; PAL CCIR &

NTSC/RS-170; overlap: n/a; B&W

CRT; 350 x 300 pixels; stereo: no;

weight: 440 g.; price: contact vendor.

Francoise De Groote, OIP Sensor Systems, Westerring 21, B-9700

Oudenaarde, Belgium, Tel: +32-55-333-811, Fax: +32-55-316-895.

https://www.oip.be

 

 

 

Tek Gear

PTV-K240DP

37.5°(H) x 21.7°(V) FOV; 1068.5 x

225 [16:9 - 4:3] pixels; 100% overlap;

display AMLCD; 240,000 dual chan-nel

dots; stereo: yes; weight: 3.4 oz.;

US$2,000.

Deborah Williams, Tek Gear, 1-90 Market Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, R3B

0P3, Canada, Tel: 204-988-3001, Fax: 204-988-3050.

https://www.tekgear.ca

 

 

 

SHIMADZU

Dataglass

Total weight Approximately 70 grams [2.47 ounces] (excluding cables)

Resolution 800 x 600 dots SVGA full-color

Field of view Image as if viewing a 13-inch monitor at 60 centimeters (diagonal view angle of 30° )

Power DC 5V (using USB port)

Input digital signal Digital video signal (RGB 24-bit synchronized signal) Note: The special interface unit conforms to the DFP standard.

See-through function Available (Under normal use: External light permeation rate - 15% Using the cover: External light permeation rate - 3%)

Other functions Frame construction allows direct left-right adjustment of the viewer. Accessories Cover for outdoor use (External-light reduction) Back-band assembly

Phone:(03)3219-5521 FAX:(03)3219-5510

https://www.shimadzu.co.jp/hmd/

 

 

 

i-glasses VIDEO

 

 

Resolution: 800 x 600
Pixels: 1.44 Million per Display
Field of View: 29 Degrees Diagonal
Image Size: 70" at 13'
Color Depth: 24 Bit Input
IPD Adjustments: None Required
Focus: 13' TBR
Eye Relief: 25mm
Exit Pupil: 17mmH x 6mmV
 


 

2 VGA LCD panels (920,000 pixels each)
- 640 by 480 resolution in true color
- 26° field of view
- Image appears as if projected at a distance of 11 feet
- 15 degrees of vertical tilt
- Left/right, independent focus (approx. +2 to -6 diopters)

Volver

 

 

 

 

 

 

- Standard NTSC
- PAL Version also available
- Field Sequential NTSC 3D
- S-Video
- VGA: 640 by 480 2D at 60Hz
- VGA: 640 by 480 field sequential 3D at 60Hz

 

Resolution: 640 x 480
Pixels: 920,000 Pixels per Display
Field of View: 60 Degrees Diagonal
Eye Distance: 60-70 mm adjustable
Stereo: 2 independent channels (no sync needed)
Inputs: VGA, Composite NTSC or PAL
Weight: Approx. 840 g (incl. battery)
Adjusts to Fit all Individuals
 

 

 

5DT HMD 800

Resolution: 800x600 per display
Field-of-View: 26� or 40� Diagonal
Display Technology: LCOS or OLED
Stereo Vision: 2D & 3D Versions Availible
Stereo Mode: Frame Sequential Stereo
Weight: Approximetely 600g
Headphones: Senheiser HD25 (16Hz-22kHz)

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Hi Res800

Resolution: 800x600
Virtual Image Size: 70" at 13' (approx. 2m at 4m)
Field of View: 26 degrees diagonal
Contrast Ratio: 75:1 � D3C LCD's
VGA/SVGA/XVGA Input: Scaled to SVGA (800 x 600)
Head Worn Weight: <700 grams
HMD Color: Black/Cyber Gold
Eye Relief: 25mm
HMD Cable Length: 3 meter
Exit Pupil (full field): 17mmH x 6mmV
Power: Barrel connector
Focus: 13' (TBR)
RGB: Standard VGA
Focus Adjust: None Required
Audio: 1/8" mini stereo
Refresh Rate: Flicker Free 100Hz
Head size: Adjusts to fit all sizes
Convergence: 7' 10", 100% overlap, TBR
 

Visette 45XGA Virtual

General Features:

- See-Through Optional
- Low power consumption
- Dual input signal for Video & PC (3D version only)

Specifications:Display:

- FLCOS- Resolution: SXGA(1280X1024)
- Pixel pitch : 13.62
- Color depth: 24 bits
- Response time: 0.1ms
- Active area: 0.88 inch
- Contrast: 300:1

Optical structure:- Screen size: 80”
- Image distance: 2m
- F.O.V.: 45deg [36deg(H) X 27.4 deg(V)]
- Exit Pupil: 12mm(H) X 6mm(V)
- Focal length: 280mm
- Light sources: LED(Red, Green, Blue)

Description The VR1280

is an all new Dual Input SXGA (1280 x 1024) resolution reflective FLCOS head-mounted display (HMD) for advanced virtual reality applications. The VR1280 incorporates high-resolution color microdisplays with custom engineered optics to deliver unsurpassed visual acuity in a 60 degree wide field-of-view format. The VR1280 will operate in 3D stereoscopic or mono modes.

Technical SpecificationsResolution: 1280x1024 Pixels
Optics: Reflective FLCOS displays
Field of View: 60 diagonal
Overlap: 100%
Brightness: ~25 fl Max (Adjustable)
Contrast: >200:1
Color Depth: 24 bit
Input: 1280x1024 60Hz
IPD Adjustment: 52-74mm
Head band: Dual ratchet head band offers comfortable and secure fit
Audio: High fidelity closed cup Sennheiser stereo earphones
Tracker: Most trackers supported
Power: AC100-240V

 

The New ProView SR80

features full-color SXGA resolution (1280 x 1024) and a wide field of view. The true 1280 x 1024 resolution and wide color gamut really set the ProView line apart from other display systems. The optical modules are mounted on a new and improved, ergonomically designed headband system which allows superior look-under capability and balance. The ProView SR80 consists of two major components - the head mounted display and a separate electronic unit connected with a 5 meter cable.

DISPLAY Resolution: Full color, solid state, SXGA resolution (12804H x 1024V)
Brightness: Adjustable from 5ft-L to 50ft-L
Contrast: 100:1
Stereoscopic Compatible: Yes (with 2 channel input)

OPTICAL Field of View: 53° (V) x 63° (H), 80° diagonal
Transmission: Non See-Through
Optics: Color-corrected, aspheric refractive lens – independent optical paths for each eye
Eye Relief: Eyeglasses compatible
Exit Pupil: Non pupil forming Overlap: 100%

 

 

 

 

 

ProView XL40/50 STm

is a high resolution monochrome Head Mounted Display designed for use in augmented reality and training/simulations applications requiring see-though capabilities. This system features XGA resolution performance for those demanding tasks that require 1024 x 768 resolution per eye.

DISPLAYType: (2) 1024H x 768V, active matrix TFT
Color: Monochrome - green
Resolution: 2.2 arcmin/pixel
Luminance: 20 ftL (adjustable)
Contrast: 25:1 (adjustable)

OPTICAL Field of View/Overlap: 26° (V) x 35° (H), 43° diagonal - 100% overlap (ProView XL40STm)
26° (V) x 47° (H) - 74% overlap (ProView XL50STm)
Transmission: 24% photopic
Optical Design Form: Dual reflective combiner with independent optical channels
Eye Relief: Eyeglasses compatible, 50mm maximum eye relief
Exit Pupil: Non pupil forming

 

 

Description

The nVisor SX

is a state-of-the-art new head-mounted display (HMD) for advanced virtual reality applications. The nVisor SX incorporates high-resolution color microdisplays with custom engineered optics to deliver unsurpassed visual acuity in a wide field-of-view format.

FeaturesThe nVisor SX boasts and attractive ergonomic design with easy access to user adjustments including inter-ocular distance, eye-relief to accomodate users with eyeglasses, and a robust head-fitting aparatus to balance and comfortably align the HMD. Compatible with virtually any PC workstation, the nVisor SX accepts VESA standard SXGA video in either DVI or Analog formats. The video control electronics support both stereoscopic and monoscopic viewing when detecting dual or single inputs, respectively.

Technical Specifications Resolution: 1280x1024 Pixels
Field of View: 60 diagonal
Focus: 2 m or infinity
Overlap: 100%
Brightness: ~25 fl Max (Adjustable)
Contrast: >200:1
Color Depth: 24 bit
IPD Adjustment: 55-73mm

 

nVisor ST

is a high-resolution see-through head-mounted display designed for augmented reality applications requiring a wide field-of-view format with superior SXGA image quality. High efficiency optics incorporating reflective-transmissive polarizers increase light-throughput, presenting a high-contrast virtual image while allowing 50% light transmission from the environment.

Technical Specifications Optical

Monocular FOV (diagonal): 50°
Overlap: 100%
Brightness: 50 fL max (adjustable)
Arc Minute / Pixel: < 2.2
See-thru transmission: 50%

Display Technology: LCOS Reflective CRL Opto
Video Formats: 1280x1024 60 Hz (analog or DVI)
Color: 24 Bit
 

 

Sim Eye XL100A

incorporates proprietary solid state image source technology to provide full color XGA video imagery with readability and image quality superior to previous CRT based systems. The solid state image sources provide low power consumption, high brightness and excellent contrast over a wide color gamut.

Display Type: Full color, solid state, XGA resolution (1024H x 768V)
Resolution/Eye: 3.8 arcmin/color group
Luminance: 20 foot lamberts (peak white)
Contrast: > 20:1

 

 

DISPLAY    Image Source Type: Single Full-color AMOLED (800x3 pixels) x 600 lines

Brightness: 25 foot lamberts
Contrast: >50:1

OPTICAL   Field of View: 32° Horizontal x24° Vertical (40° Diagonal) @ SVGA resolution (800x600)
26° Horiztonal x 19° Vertical (32° Diagonal) @ VGA resolution (640x480)
Transmission: Non see-through
Optics: Plastic aspherical lens
Eye Relief: Eyeglasses compatible, >25 mm
Exit Pupil: Non-pupil forming

 

Nomad™ Personal Display System.

Nomad is a “see-through” high-resolution headworn display that allows mobile viewing of electronic information in all lighting conditions (including against bright daylight skies).    The Nomad Personal Display System provides users with the ability to achieve an entirely new level of man-machine interface. Worn in front of the eye, the Nomad System displays images and data that appear to the users to be floating directly in front of them. It is as if the very air before you becomes a 17-inch computer screen.    Through the patented technique of projecting images directly onto the user’s retina, the Nomad System superimposes data or images on what is viewed without hampering the user's vision. This is extremely advantageous to users who require access to information directly at their point of task. The Nomad System eliminates the viewing and performance display limitations of large and bulky stationary computer monitors or small and unreadable portable devices. The Nomad Personal Display System enables you to access information…anywhere.

 

Hands free imaging   The M3 Monocular

is the perfect solution for mobile computing offering enhanced color depth of 18 bits (262,144 colors) with lightweight optics and packaging. The M3 may also be used for left or right eye viewing and has a built-in microphone. The pixel format is 800 columns by 600 rows. The M3 is compatible with most computers with a DVI connector.

Specifications:   Display Format: 800 x 600, 120 Hz refresh rate
Color Depth: 18-Bit (262,144 colors)
Optics Location: Left or right eye configurable
Field of View: Approximately 32º diagonal
Adjustment: 3 ball-and-socket joints
Input Connector: DVI-D to PC (800x600 resolution)
Eye-Relief: ~25mm
Audio: Microphone integrated, 2.5mm socket for earphones
Viewer Weight: 100 grams

 

 SV-6 PC Viewer.

Increase your productivity    Whether you’re on the construction site, manufacturing floor or providing in-field service, tap into your computer’s information and read it right in front of you. Introducing the SV-6 PC Viewer. This lightweight viewer easily attaches to prescription or safety eyewear—allowing you to view task-specific data while maintaining your natural field of vision. Focus on your work without repeatedly diverting your attention to your computer screen or hand-held monitor. And the SV-6 frees your hands — making it easier to perform your tasks. Exhibiting unparalled clarity and outperforming traditional LCD monitors, the SV-6’s display can be read easily even in the brightest sunlight. So why stare at glare?                                                                 he SV-6 PC Viewer is the perfect solution for mobile computing offering enhanced color depth of 18 bits (262,144 colors) with lightweight optics and packaging. The SV-6 may also be used for left or right eye viewing and has a built-in focus mechanism. The pixel format is 640 columns by 480 rows. The SV-6 is compatible with most computers and instruments that provide a VGA signal at 60 Hz. Additional features of the SV-6 include the ability to view higher resolution input on the 640x480 display. The SV-6 will accept an 800x600 and higher input and reformat the information to be displayed on the viewer without adding scroll bars. This is a critical feature when existing software will not conform to 640x480 resolution. The SV-6 Viewer includes the following accessories: Non-prescription eyewear, mounting kit for use with alternative eyewear, rechargeable Li ion battery, battery charger, , belt-worn pouch, VGA extension cable, optical cloth, carrying case and user's manual.

 

Display unit weight: 2.11 oz (60g)

 

Datavisor 80

the highest performance commercially available head mounted display for virtual reality applications. Featuring a combination of high-resolution and wide field-of-view specifications, previously available only on a custom basis, the Datavisor 80 enhances even the most demanding virtual reality implementations. Developed by the virtual reality industry’s leading producer of immersive display systems, the Datavisor 80’s flexible, multisync capability supports a wide range of video formats, from 640x480 to 1280x1024. The ergonomically designed unit comfortably fits a range of users and includes user-adjustable video controls.

 

VR HMD Pro Virtual

Resolution: 640 x 480
Virtual Image Size: 76" at 13'
Field of View: 30 degrees
Pixels: 921,600
Input Signal: NTSC/PAL Video or VGA (640x480)
Control Functions: Brightness, Contrast and Volume
Audio: High fidelity closed cup Koss stereo Headphones
Head band: Ratchet head band offers a comfortable and secure fit
Headtracker: Accommodates all tracker sensors
IPD Adjustments: None Required
Eye Relief: 25MM
Power Consumption: 9V
Adaptor Included: 110-130V AC or 220-240V

 

This image shows the HMD in action. It fully cover's the user's eyes, since light from the outside would impair the effect of immersion.
Moreover, most of the users complain about dizziness after wearing the HMD for longer periods of time. 
This is due to the weight of the display and it's resulting pressure on the hear, and display delay effects (latency) that occur because
it takes some time for the system to measure the head's position, calculate the viewing angle and display a new image.

 

 

 

AR-vision-3D

Both HMD and goggle versions offer two separate colour cameras (progressive scan if needed) with output signals in PAL/NTSC (optional VGA, USB 2.0 progressive scan, 50fps). The signals can be augmented by a PC and viewed together as virtual image inside the glasses. The parallax-plane (convergence) of cameras is manually adjustable to have realistic 3D-effects in different working distances. Please ask for more information.

 

Cybermind hi-Res900st^(TM) 3D

The Cybermind hi-Res900^(TM) 2D & 3D has since it's introduction proven to be a overwhelming sucess, our customers say

"Excellent 3D image quality, lightweight rugged design, seamless tracker integration (InterTrax²^(TM)) and most important attractively priced"

But don't take their word for it, we are so convinced of the quality of our hi-Res900^(TM) that we are now offering a money back guarantee if you are not statified.

hi-Res900ST 3D used for VR Distraction (See Press Releases)

For more information and specifications please visit:

 

Kaiser Optic Proview HMDs

To compliment our wide range of Head Mounted Displays, Cybermind Nederland also offers:

1. ProView^(TM) XL35 & XL50

2. ProView^(TM) XL40/50 STm

3. ProView S035 Monocular HMD

For applications that require true 1024 x 768 resolution and wide field of views.

As official distributor for Kaiser Optics HMDs we can now offer you the same price and service as

 

 

 

Updated InterTrax²^(TM)

Microsoft Flight Sim turns on InterTrax² head tracking

InterSense worked directly with the Microsoft development team to integrate native support into the Flight simulator 2002.

With the release of FlightSim 2002, Microsoft has allowed an expected 4 million users to become fully immersed into the "world's most successful PC game".

 

5DT Data Gloves for various applications.

The Data Glove 5 is available for as little as 575 EURO and offers 5 finger flexure and orientation. It can emulate a mouse or be used as a baseless joystick. Simple connection to your RS-232 port. All the above data gloves can be obtained in a wireless version (so no unnecessary wires)    For more infomation: Data Glove PDF

 

I-glassses SVGA 2D/3D - NEW I-glassesHRV video display

Since the introduction of the i-glasses SVGA 2D & 3D we have seen an enormous increase in the consumer market. To further expand into this ever growing we have recently reduced the price of the I-glasses SVGA.

Prices now start at approximately 700.00 Euro

(For actual prices: Prices I-glasses SVGA & HRV )

Also Special FlightSim Bundle, I-glasses SVGA with InterTrax²

Product documentation: i-glasses SVGA PDF

 

 

 Cybermind Visette® Pro

Cyberminds succesful Visette® Pro offers you a wide Field of View (60 degrees horizontal) and stereo 3D images at the price of a Mono HMD. It has proven to be one of the most reliable HMDs and has been tested under the most demanding conditions such simulators and entertainment systems (see also our entertainment systems) so you know your getting a quality product. For actual pricing and information on this and other HMD's please send us a E-mail..

 

The SEOS HMD 120/40 provides a stunning 120 degree x 67 degree field of view for true immersive virtual reality systems. Left and right 1280 x 1024 images are displayed with a central 40 degree stereo overlap. The display is ideally suited to driving simulation, flight simulation, individual soldier training, and all applications in which a wide field-of-view is important. SEOS HMD 120/40 incorporates a patented new catadioptric eyepiece that is not conventionally refractive. The result is a large pupil, providing high tolerance to eyeball movement without losing regions of the field of view. The wide range of optical correction (+/- 4 diopter) accommodates most eye-glass wearers.

 

Resolution: 800 x 600(SVGA) Display format: 4:3 Device: OLED FOV(Field of View): 42 Degrees (Diagonal) Image Size: 60” at 2m Pixel Pitch: 15uM Display signal format : Analog RGB Lens type: Free form surface Prism Head Set weight: Under 120gResolution: 800 x 600(SVGA) Display format: 4:3 Device: OLED FOV(Field of View): 42 Degrees (Diagonal) Image Size: 60” at 2m Pixel Pitch: 15uM Display signal format : Analog RGB Lens type: Free form surface Prism Head Set weight: Under 120g

 

 

Daeyang i-Visor FX601
- 60 inch giant screen  & cutting-edge free curvature   prism lens
- Clear images
- Superb 3D capabilities
- Comfortable watching
Unlimited applications
- User-friendly peripheral controller
- Compatibility with various equipments.

 

 

Another overpriced attempt at Virtual Reality headgear. 3001 AD's Trimersion Head Mounted Display will work with first person shooters on the Xbox, Playstation and PC platforms and, if nothing else, is guaranteed to scare off any potential mates who might happen by during your gameplay. It's supposed to hit retail in quarter four for a street price of about $500, so start working harder if you gotta get it.

 

 

The SIA Immerview HMD-100 visor was designed specifically for use at university labs and for entertainment and promotional events that require high performance and durability.          The visors compete in the intermediate segment, but they cost only a bit more than the most economical visors. In comparison to such visors, however, the Immerview offers clear advantages, like a totally immersive design, an adjustable head strap, Sennheiser headphones, microphone (optional) and a carbon fiber cover that can be customized and available in a wide array of colors.

 

Active matrix LCDs with true VGA ((640x3)x480) pixel resolution provide bright, vibrant color and a CRT quality image. New mechanical designs means V8 is lighter, easier to use, and more durable. V8 dons quickly and comfortably using rear and top ratchets and a spring loaded forehead rest. Adjustments are quick and precise. The interpupillary adjustment doubles as an eye relief adjustment to accommodate glasses. High performance Sennheiser earphones swivel, rotate, and remove easily when not in use.

 

Recommended for any multi-user application. i-glasses PC™ is a portable, affordable, high resolution, computer monitor in a compact, 7 oz package that fits comfortably on your head. Big stereo sound through built-in private speakers completes the experience. The all-new i-glasses PC is plug and play compatible with virtually all computer systems including PC's, laptops and even some popular PDAs. Images are sharp, clear, rich and vibrant. This one incredible product provides a single viewing solution for a whole new generation of computing and PDA devices.

 

 

5DT Head Mounted Display (HMD)

Offers the user affordable quality, high resolution (SVGA), a crisp image and superior sound quality packaged in a sleek, comfortable and extremely light headmount design. The HMD provides for user configurable immersion levels. Other features are adjustable top/back ratchets, a mounting base for head trackers and a flip-up mode for reality checks. SVGA, PAL and NTSC input signals are accepted.

 

Hi-Res900 headsets

 Is compatible with a wide range of computer and video input formats, that provides the user with an extremely high quality (800x600 SVGA) image at an affordable price.

They are integrated into an injection moulded body and designed with a user friendly single twist head size adjustment facility making the headsets suitable for most head sizes so ideal for multiple use public and industrial environments. The virtual reality effect is further enhanced by the use of a front rubber facemask that minimizes the affect of outside light so giving the impression of full immersion.

 

 

The AddVisor 150™ is a transparent high-resolution Head-Mounted Display. The image is generated on two independent full colour 1280x1024 pixels (SXGA) Liquid Crystal on Silicon microdisplays. A light weight solution for the most demanding of applications the AddVisor™ 150 is recognized for excellent image quality, high brightness and contrast. The AddVisor™ 150 is ideal for direct view mono- and stereo (3D) viewing. The image can be shown superimposed on the environment with up to 35 % see-through or fully immersed. The AddVisor™ 150 is designed for a 46 degree diagonal 100% overlap field of view. A 50% overlap can also be used, giving a 54 degree horizontal or 60 degree diagonal field of view. It features a patented optical design that combines a wide field of view with high transparency see-through. Using a patent pending head fitting system with easy adjustments, low weight and eyeglass compatibility, the AddVisor™ 150 provides hours of easy and comfortable viewing.

 

n-Vision

Datavisor NVG

40°(H) x 30°(V) FOV; multisync 1280 x

1024 to 1700 x 1350 pixels; 100% over-lap;

1 in. monochrome CRT; stereo: yes;

weight: 2 lb. (w/o helmet); US$25,000.

(USA List)

Marc Foglia, n-Vision, Inc., 7915 Jones

Branch Drive, Ste. 1201,, McLean, VA

22102, Tel: 703-506-8808, Fax: 703-903-0455.

https://www.nvis.co

 

3-Scope

Is a digital binocular display which positions itself i front of the eyes of the viewer. It allows experiencing 2D and 3D data visualization in full privacy.
The device is stereoscopic (3D), and the technology used is Passive Stereoscopy which stands for not loosing any resolution during the stereoscopic experience, and requires two cables for the input. The video card required for having an optimal and functional stereoscopic experience is NVIDIA
The displays used are micro-displays with the following characteristics:

• 800*600 resolution; 480,000 pixels and 18-bit display colors each. With both micro-displays the pixels equal to 1.4 million.

• Displays are Liquid Crystal On Silicon (LCOS), one of the best quality of image. The image has an excellent sharpness, brightness, and contrast which allow a comfortable reading visibility without getting your eyes tired.

• Brightness and contrast are adjusted with the control unit (please see “power unit” section below for info about the control unit).

The rate (speed) of appearance of the images in the display is 120Hz per color (Yellow, Red, Blue), which accounts for a rate of 360Hz with all colors. We call this feature the refresh rate. The display and appearance is without flickering; flickering being a sort of shaking of the images. The 3-Scope gives the viewer a maximum Real Field of View of 40 degrees diagonally. Tracking and programming solutions will allow you to increase the Virtual Field of View to 360 degrees diagonally. The eye relief of this binocular is 18 millimeters. We call eye relief the distance from the eyepiece the eye can be placed at which the exit pupil is approximately the same size as the eye's pupil. In optics, the exit pupil is a virtual opening in an optical system. Only rays which pass through this virtual opening can exit the system.

 

 

Using Virtual Reality applications in Latin America just got a little bit easier. The new SIA Immerview HMD-100 visor was designed specifically for use at university labs and for entertainment and promotional events that require high performance and durability.

The visors compete in the intermediate segment, but they cost only a bit more than the most economical visors. In comparison to such visors, however, the Immerview offers clear advantages, like a totally immersive design, an adjustable head strap, Senheiser headphones and a carbon fiber cover that can be customized and available in a wide array of colors.

 

 

 

The visors offer a resolution of 800 x 600 pixels and allow clients to generate 3-D images by using the Nvidia 3-D Stereo drivers. Thus, by adding a position tracker, any game or application developed in 3-D can be viewed in a fully immersive way with the Immerview.

The SIA Immerview HMD-100 comes in 3 different models: Stand Alone, equipped with InertiaCube2 (3DOF), or Polhemus Patriot (6DOF) position trackers. The visors come with a practical travel box done in OSB, with room for the visor and for a tracker.

 

 

 

i-Glasses: (antes XT-Glasses)
¡Finalmente! Puedes poner un Monitor de PC tipo pantalla gigante de excelente-alta-resolución, en tu bolsillo.
Los i-Glasses SVGA son un monitor de computación y pantalla gigante portátil, económico, de alta resolución (800x600), que cabe, en tu bolsillo, 7 onz. todo en un compacto paquete que encaja cómodamente en tu cabeza.
El sonido estéreo a través de sus audífonos completan la experiencia.
Los nuevos i-Glasses SVGA son plug and play y compatibles con virtualmente todos los sistemas de computación. Las imágenes del video son claras y limpias. Las imágenes de la computadora son ricas y vibrantes.

 

 

E-D ® H3D-Glasses:
Convierte cualquier juego a verdadero 3D!

Experimenta lo último en tecnologías de Realidad Virtual con verdadera acción fuera-de-la-pantalla!

Sumérgete en un increíble ambiente gráfico de verdadero 3D para juegos, películas, Internet y fotos con nuestros avanzados lentes 3D estereoscópicos.

 

A head mounted display (HMD) is a Virtual Reality display system that provides, beside the CAVE system, the greatest amount of immersion in the displayed virtual world possible. The aim of the HMD is to provide a strong visual and acoustic impression of the virtual world. There are three general tasks a HMD system has to perform: 
First, display the virtual world (visual impression).
Second, make the virtual environment audible (sonic impression) and finally measure the user's head position to let the computer system calculate the correct viewing angle from which the image displayed in the HMD is calculated (this is part of the tracking system).

 

The image above shows the oculars that will be positioned in front of the user's eyes.
The horizontal position of the two oculars is adjustable to the
wearer's eye distance.

 

For the first task, the model of London was displayed on the table-top, allowing the users to find a suitable building space. This included the possibility to remove existing buildings, in order to create an appropriate freed-up space within the model. Users were then free to introduce new basic 3D objects and manipulate them as a matter of 3D sketching. While the final basic shape ("′the cigar′") was created outside the ARTHUR environment, the system allowed users to manipulate this shape interactively by using placeholder objects on the table or the 3D wand. Once the final shape was decided upon, an additional fine tuning regarding the size and exact location within the desired space was performed. For the final review, the rather coarse design model was replaced by a more refined model of the actual building