Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Why do they always throw bird watching into the use cases? (maybe they care about animals unlike Fan)

Immersive head mounted displays (HMDs) in which a virtual reality (VR) or an augmented reality (AR) is displayed to a user include applications in outdoor activities (e.g., hunting, fishing, bird watching), combat training, and video gaming, among others. Conventional immersive HMDs incorporate relatively large (e.g., 4 inches×2 inches), low-resolution displays similar to those found in smartphones, as well as off-the-shelf commercial lenses. Such displays place limitations on the size, configuration, and function of current HMDs. There is great interest in developing an OLED microdisplay panel that has high resolution and is 1.4 or more inches in size for supporting the needs of virtual reality (VR) headsets.

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