Head Mounted Displays

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Head Mounted Display
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A head-mounted display (HMD), is a display device worn on the head or as part of a helmet, glasses or visor, that has a small display optic in front of one or each eye[1]. HMDs are most often used for virtual reality, for instance in the Radboud Immersive Virtual Environment Research labs.


Specifications

We offer multiple types of head-mounted display, as specified below.

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Nvis Nvisor SX60 Oculus Rift Dev. Kit 1 Oculus Rift Dev. Kit 2 HTC Vive
Display
Display Type LCOS LED OLED AMOLED
Display Resolution (px, per eye) 1280 * 1024 640 * 800 960 * 1080 1080 * 1200
Display Elements 2 1 1 2
Pixel Density (ppi) unspecified 251 441 unspecified
Total Pixels (per eye) 1,310,720 512,000 1,036,800 1,296,000
Display Refresh Rate (Hz) 60 60 60/72/75 90
Viewing Optics
Field of View (horizontal)[fn 1] 44° 90° 90° ~85°[fn 2]
IPD (mm) 53-72 62 62 60.9-73.6
Physical properties
Weight (g) 1,050 379 439 555
Cable Length (m) 4.5 1.8 3.0 4.5
Interface
Control Unit Size (mm) 432 * 217 * 44 104 * 90 * 19 n/a n/a
Control Unit Weight (g) 2,386 200 (est.) n/a n/a
Inputs Dual VGA, Dual DVI HDMI, DVI-D, USB HDMI 1.4b, USB, IR Sync HDMI, USB
Tracking
Orientation Tracking No Yes Yes Yes
Position Tracking No No Yes Yes
Controller Tracking No No No Yes, 2 Hand Controllers
Audio
Built-in Headphones Yes No No Optional[fn 3]
  1. Actual field of view depends on the distance between the HMD lenses and your eyes. For all listed devices, this distance is variable.
  2. HTC specifies a 100° nominal fov
  3. Available with the Vive Deluxe Audio Strap


See Also

References

  1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Head-mounted_display

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