The SportVue™ MC1 is a very lightweight, wireless system consisting of two small components: a Head-Mounted Display (HMD) and a Motorcycle Sending Unit (MSU). The HMD mounts on the front of your helmet visor using a patented “break-away” clip. The rider sees a “virtual image”, just above the horizon, which shows real-time speed, RPM and gear position. The image is within your normal field of view and is focused out near infinity, requiring little or no focal adjustment. The HMD is designed to allow natural ambient backlighting, however two levels of battery-powered LED backlighting can be added at the touch of a button.
The Himax VGA HMD (Head Mount Display) builds on the Himax HX7007 LCOS panel with fashionable industrial design and VGA display resolution. VGA HMD provides great viewing image, vivid color, and good contrast ratio. It also contributes a great 51″ personal theater experience with only 172 grams of weight. VGA HMD can work with PMP, portable DVD, cell phone and various other image devices. Key features include see-through functionality, true color 24-bit digital input, 4:3 & 16:9 Video Format, low power consumption and adjustable OPD (Optical Pupil Distance).
The DataGlass 2/A is a light weight monocular that easily connects to your computer’s monitor port with a color resolution of SVGA or VGA. The eyepiece incorporates a see-through prism optic allowing the user to see the real world at the same time as the computer’s display. The HMD (Head Mounted Display) easily adapts to right or left side viewing by simply sliding the eyepiece module over the appropriate eye. The eyepiece also accomodates eyeglasses
Many applications require the full screen display of a laptop AND the pocket sized portability of a PDA. The M920-CF delivers this, as it offers the equivalent of a desktop monitor in a low profile, compact form factor. The M920 is one of the smallest and lightest head-worn displays in the world, at only 3.5 oz . Utilizing a new high brightness no-flicker display, the M920 is easily readable in either daylight or darkness.
Eyetop is the first multi-purpose screen embedded in an eyewear. It seems like a full size monitor providing the user with a 16-bit color screen. Eyetop is plug and play with any NTSC/PAL source (320×240 at 60 Hz). Applications include: digital cameras and video cameras, test and instrument equipment and many computer based applications. Eyetop offers unmatched ergonomic benefits in comparison with portable video monitors or other Head Mounted Displays. See more products and info at www.eyetop.net
Eyetop Camera is the ultimate portable professional video solution for recording or sharing visual information on the go! Wear it like a pair of glasses and share what you see! Eyetop Camera incorporates a professional rugged aluminum video camera and LED system into the frame of the best-selling Eyetop Classic ‘video glasses’. You can film what you see and control it with the monitor embedded in the lens of the glasses.
MicroOptical’s Integrated Eyeglass Displays include a concealed electronic display. When the user wears the glasses and turns the display on, an image of a video or computer screen appears at a distance of several feet.
With user selectable, (via a manual slider), see-through capability, the LE-500 can be used as a standard HMD or for augmented reality applications. The LE-500 features new, patented optics that have been engineered specifically to optimize the OLED display.
The 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.
The M1 RS 170 Clip on Viewer is designed for use as a field of view display. The M1 Clip On Viewer is the ideal solution for critical applications requiring hands-free operation and viewing of real time results without obstructing the user’s view of their environment. It provides a high-resolution (320 x 240) gray scale display.
The Spectre is optimized for near field situations (less than100 yards) such as building entries and close surveillance in any lighting conditions – strong sunlight, moonlight or no light at all. Features include Ultra Low Lux CCD Technology, Invisible 950nm LED illumination, Narrow exit pupil to eliminate any facial illumination and 10x Digital Zoom. SVGA and S-Video Auxilliary inputs allow you to switch from CCD to Thermal Imaging or Computer video at the press of a button.
Expanding on the latest Head-up Display Technology, the Shimadzu DataGlass2/A acts as a wearable see-through computer monitor giving you the freedom to view both the real world and a computer screen simultaneously. The DataGlass2/A easily connects to your computer’s monitor port (analog-RGB / sub-15 connector) with a color resolution of SVGA or VGA. The HMD (Head Mounted Display) easily adapts to right or left side viewing and can accommodate eye glasses. No external power adapter is necessary, the DataGlass2/A is powered by your computer’s USB port. The HMD provides “See-Through Vision” thereby allowing the user to see the real world at the same time as the computer’s display Adapter included for use in sunlight or in bright environments. Pricing is about US$2,400.
The AddVisor™ 150 is a see-through high-resolution Head-Mounted Display. The image is generated on two independent full colour 1280×1024 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 binocular and stereoscopic (3D) viewing. Cost is only about US$100,000