|Resolution||419 (H) × 138 (V)||pixel|
|Field of view||Diagonal 20° (Horizontal 19° x Vertical 6°)|
|Image color||8||bit monochrome green scale|
|Eye-box size||9 x 6||mm|
|Virtual image distance||8||m|
The waveguide display can be integrated into a range of products such as protective eyewear, motorcycle helmets, lab glasses and any other type of solutions where the user benefits from getting real-time information directly in the field of view.
The reinforced waveguide display combines an extremely slim profile (< 3 mm) with a see-through transmittance of over 85%.
The unit is intended for serial production and gives companies freedom over the development of AR solutions in terms of hardware and software design.
Describes the product, it's specifications, and the development kit.
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