Displays

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Stereoscopic Displays And Applications - History
... Published in Volume (name) SD A Conference Chairs 1990 Stereoscopic Displays and Applications Santa Clara 1256 Stereoscopic Displays and Applications ... Fisher 1991 Stereoscopic Displays and Applications II San Jose 1457 Stereoscopic Displays and Applications II John O ... Fisher 1992 Stereoscopic Displays and Applications III San Jose 1669 Stereoscopic Displays and Applications III John O ...
Sensics
... itself as a leader in panoramic virtual reality displays, also known as head-mounted displays ... In contrast to most other head-mounted displays that use a single display element for each eye, Sensics often combines multiple displays to form an image that has unusually wide field of view and a high ...
Sensics - Products
... The company's head mounted display products fall into two categories 1 ... Tiled-display products which use a multi-lens system to blend together multiple micro-displays ... This approach allows to create head mounted displays that have more pixels than products that use a single micro-display ...
AMOLED - Marketing Terms - Future
... Future displays exhibited from 2011 to 2013 by Samsung have shown flexible, 3D, unbreakable, transparent Super AMOLED Plus displays using very high resolutions and in varying sizes for phones ... So far, Samsung plans on branding the newer displays as Youm ... Also planned for the future are 3D stereoscopic displays that use eye tracking (via stereoscopic front-facing cameras) to provide full resolution 3D visuals ...

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