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.

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