Augmented Reality Display (AR-D)

The Augmented Reality Display (AR-D) is a see through display technology that enables augmented reality. This patented optical see through system allows the user to simultaneously view the real world and relevant computer generated information such as graphics, maps, and alerts without ever having to compromise situational awareness.

This technology can be used in a variety of applications such as industrial, medical, commercial, and defense to provide users with a cost effective solution. It is also beneficial by promoting safety and efficiency. Using hands-free technology coupled with this see through display has endless possibilities for real-time applications.

Augmented Reality Display (AR-D) with helmet mount 

Augmented Reality Display (AR-D) with helmet mount 



Display Type: AMOLED
Resolution: 800 x 600 Pixels (full color, RGB)
Field of View: 41° Diagonal
Head-Borne Weight: 102 grams (includes cable)
Optic Size: 25 x 18.5 x 20 (x, y, z, in mm)
Eye Relief: 25 MM
Gray Levels: Up to 256 per primary color
Brightness: > 250 dc/m2

Contrast Ratio: >200:1 (color), >800:1 (monochrome)
Display Inputs: VGA (640×480), SVGA (800×600), NTSC,RS-170, PAL
Power Consumption: 2.5W
Readiness: Usable image within 3 seconds
Operating Temperatures: -31°C to +49°C
Storage Temperatures: -51°C to +71°C