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Looking for information? - Research News November 2012 - Topic 5
Conceptually similar to, but is not, an eyetap AREMAC. Actually, this would work well for the inner portion of an eyetap, as the gaze tracking provides an additional UI input separate from head tilt and voice commands.
computing  wearable  devices  electronics  hardware  video  HUD  HCI  GUI  UI  AR  head  HMD  tracking  tracker  gaze  eye  microdisplay  display  OLED  camera  photodiode  integrated  research  science  materials  optics  Fraunhofer  Delicious 
november 2012 by asteroza
Natalia Immersive SmartGoggles | Sensics SmartGoggles
3D HMD with integrated android OS, head tracking, hand tracking(?!?), but unfortunately it does not conquer the "Stand back citizen, I'm from the internet!" dumb look problem for HMD's. Unclear if the forward sensors (presumably used for the hand tracking) are optical cameras or just some kind of distance ranger like an ultrasonic transducer. If optical cameras, there might be the possibility for AR.
HMD  head  mount  display  SXGA  OLED  3D  screen  head  tracker  tracking  hand  position  gesture  interaction  LibSensics  android  OS  smartphone  wifi  bluetooth  hardware  electronics  devices  portable  wearable  computing  Delicious 
january 2012 by asteroza
Cinemizer OLED on the FPV Horizon — fpvmanuals
Carl Zeiss is coming out with a 1080p HMD at a price potentially in the realm mere mortals can afford (as opposed to the military), which will help out FPV UAV flying, and wearable computing.
CarlZeiss  Cinemizer  1080p  HD  video  HMD  head  mounted  display  goggles  hardware  electronics  devices  wearable  computing  FPV  OLED  Delicious 
july 2011 by asteroza
inkjet style large area OLED display manufacturer
OLED  printing  manufacturing  technology  materials  science  research  hardware  electronics  devices  Kateeva  Delicious 
february 2010 by asteroza
Samsung OLED RFID display
Damn it, there goes another patent I was preparing. Interesting potential alternative to holograms for authenticity checks. Using the reader's emitted power for the display is a good trick that keeps the size down.
Samsung  RFID  OLED  display  remote  power  contactless  identity  ID  card  ISO  14443  security  Delicious 
january 2010 by asteroza
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Apparently an alternate use is integrated public banner signs with public address system speakers. Which isn't half bad, until you have to think about how you would integrate luminescent paint for power loss situations...
japan  Kenwood  thin  film  OLED  lighting  speaker  materials  science  research  audio  music  low  power  integrated  Delicious 
april 2009 by asteroza

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