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Video: Ned Optics launches glasses-free portable cinema HMD

16 November 2021

Ned Optics has introduced Goovis a head mounted display (HMD) that provides a glasses-free and cinema-like virtual reality/augmented reality (VR/AR) experience for both movie watching and game playing.

Goovis allows users to watch videos or play games without damaging their eyes or experiencing any dizziness. The HMDs could also be applicable for different industrial use cases such as simulated training or remote control.

The HMD features an ultra-high-definition screen — a 2 x 0.71 inch Sony active matrix organic light emitting diode (AMOLED) micro-display with only 1.5% distortion, a 1920 x 1080 x 2 resolution and PPI 3147.

Other features of the HMD include:

  • 300° for hyperopia.
  • 800° for myopia.
  • 3D stereoscopic viewing without glasses.
  • Diopter adjustment range can be applicable for the left or right eye with independent controls.
  • Lightweight at 200 grams.

Additionally, the headset can be used for AR, VR or mixed reality and contains a built-in Android system to connect to traditional entertainment modules such as televisions, computers, game consoles, tablets and drones through cable and Bluetooth. The headset can also connect to Wi-Fi and features a remote control for 2D or 3D cinema viewing.

To contact the author of this article, email PBrown@globalspec.com


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