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Visual Output Devices



Technical Specifications:



Screen quality SXGA (1280 x 1024), about 1.3 million pixels x RGB
Color Depth 24 bits
Signal Systems VGA, SVGA; SXGA
Video Formats NTSC/PAL/S-VHS
F.o.V. +/- 45° degree diagonal field of view
3D Stereo Modes Dual signal input
Control Functions
Employed OSD function (5 languages)
Input Signal Single(Basic): Analog RGB, DVI, Composite(NTSC/PAL, S-Video; Dual(Option): Analog RGB, DVI, Composite(NTSC/PAL, S-Video)
Power Input power: AC80 to 280 free voltage; output sources: 5V, 3.3V
  External Connectors
  Magnification of images
  Up-scale Functions
  Image signal conversion functions
  TV audio-visual function (Optional)
 Operating Temperature  0°- 45°C
Weight Headset Tracked 850g/Untracked 750g
Weigt Control Box mono version ca. 0.3 kg / stereo version ca. 1.5 kg


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The new 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 :


Monocular FOV (diagonal) 50°
Overlap 100%
Brightness 50 fL max (adjustable)
Arc Minute / Pixel < 2.2
See-thru transmission 50%
Technology LCOS Reflective CRL Opto
Video Formats 1280x1024 60 Hz (analog or DVI)
Color 24 Bit
Stereo Dual channel support
IPD Adjustment 55-73 mm
Eye Relief 26 mm
Weight ~ 1.3 kg
Power Input AC 100V - 240V
Display Control Brightness


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Autostereoscopic Display




Using the autostereoscopic display,  images and videos with stereoskopic content can be displayed and viewed without any additional image separating equipment. The observer can see a 3D image content spatially with real depth, without additional accessories like glasses or similar. The display adapts the stereo image accordingly to the user  position.

Because of the distance between our eyes, our left and our right eye see two slightly different views. The human brain is generating a spatial image, which enables us to perceive spatial depth. Stereo 3D means that, as with natural viewing, two slightly different views of the same scene are generated for the left and for the right eye which produces a perception of depth for the observer.


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