Thursday, May 24, 2018
Lurk, nice... Oculus has a variable focus display, a fixed multifocal display, and adaptive multifocal technology that allows you to see images more clearly based on eye tracking (eye tracking), so you can get a clear picture even when your eyes move. Introduced. "We have also developed a technology that makes the near image appear sharper and the background slightly blurred, creating a sense of spaciousness and a clear view of the surface of the eye that is in focus. Ouclus introduced a VR panel with a Spatial Light Modulator in a Jasper display between two eMagin OLED-based microlens displays. It captures all the video frames that are detected by both eyes. "VR technology will make the display an 'infinite canvas' that can capture realistic images of any image," Douglas Mann said.
Wednesday, May 23, 2018
They do come off as marketing fogeys but IMO it has more to do with strategy than neglect or incompetence. During the height of "Blazethenight" mania, if you can call it that Mort was pouring money into the marketing. Anybody hear a peep about Blaze lately? Neither have I. You'd be shocked how much they paid Gonsalves for his "persona" to attempt to become the "Face of Night Vision."
And it was Mort's idea. He wanted to find a top Youtuber and pay a lot more but Cui had other ideas. Maybe they came to loggerheads over it. Cui is gone (dyk that Sionyx doesn't use eMagin Displays? Yes, Dan we know) and Mort still here. So IMO it's not about the $$$ for marketing or not knowing how to set up a Twitter account. Their lack of interest in promoting was always a source of frustration for me. Why I started this "Blog & Paste" operation because intuitively I know there is more to what is going on than meets the eye. IMO it's big companies probably the biggest you can think of who have the last word on anything eMagin might want to divulge and so far they have said "No." We were looking forward to Display Week. Any time I've gone to one of these eMagin has a minimalistic set-up. A display on a rudimentary frame, just enough to support the sample. Basic. You can hold up to your eye and see a scene from The Dark Knight. You have to hold it and steady it, no diopter adjustment and in that environment it's a little underwhelming. I'll say it's almost a studied non-interest in impressing people. I'm sure Display Week is the same as the others. If anything of import happens it's happening in the Meeting Room and not at the Booth. We've been mushrooms, we are mushrooms we shall be mushrooms until we are not. Would have been nice if somebody on the left coast had gone but folks unusually talk about going and never do. So he we are. Boats against the current borne back ceaselessly in the past. Until we're not.
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
A new era of immersive computing is about to begin. Next week Varjo's CEO @konttori will give a reality-bending keynote & demonstrate how real and virtual worlds merge seamlessly in cinematic #XR. See you at #AWE2018 on Wed 30/5 at 4:20 pm, room GH. pic.twitter.com/igXtMN5jzz— Varjo (@varjodotcom) May 22, 2018
We are at #Displayweek2018: Visit the SCHOTT booth 1045 and discover our latest innovation, SCHOTT RealView™ for #AugmentedReality devices (https://t.co/nJRZXOoGT8). Also on show: SCHOTT's unique ultra-thin #glass and CONTURAN® anti-reflective glass for displays. pic.twitter.com/KUIy2jCDMN— SCHOTT_DE (@SCHOTT_DE) May 22, 2018