head-mounted display


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head-mounted display

[¦hed ‚mau̇nt·əd di′splā]
(computer science)
A tracking device incorporating liquid-crystal displays or miniature cathode-ray tubes worn on a user's head to simulate a virtual environment (a three-dimensional sensation of depth) and to provide information on head movements for updating visual images.
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Gameplay employs the use of lightweight head-mounted display and arm-worn devices that enable players to throw energy balls and put up their shields in a 3-on-3 match.
Just six years later, computer scientist Ivan Sutherland developed an early example of a VR Head-Mounted Display (HMD): The Sword of Damocles.
Microsoft effectively said that current eye-tracking solutions could make a head-mounted display more expensive, less comfortable and harder to use.
The robot is controlled remotely by a Master Maneuvering System, including a base with wearable hand, arm and foot controls, and a head-mounted display that lets the operator see what the robot sees.
Oculus Rift is head-mounted display and displays interface execution screen.
The company uses its deep scientific understanding of human sight and head-mounted display ergonomics together with its consumer electronics manufacturing experience to develop displays that enable realistic AR experiences for consumers.
The SPEX HMD hardware and software platform combines augmented reality and virtual reality features into an all-day wearable, head-mounted display. Lightweight and comfortable, the mixed reality headset features patented and adjustable Bioptic Tilt.
To view video in the head-mounted display, the 360 degrees 8K video is divided into multiple clipped videos (tiles) so that only the video corresponding to the user's viewing direction needs to be displayed.
For sometime now, Apple is believed to be working on its own head-mounted display. The timeline for the project is unknown, but more and more details about the anticipated device have been surfacing online once in a while.
A day before the start of the Consumer Electronics Show 2018 in Las Vegas, HTC introduced the new device, which is equipped with dual OLED displays with a resolution that is a 78-percent increase over the existing Vive's head-mounted display.
It also said the program will be effective given the immersive nature of VR, which involves a head-mounted display.