Virtual Reality

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Virtual Reality

A computer simulation that takes data inputs and uses a stated methodology to create outputs. Virtual reality is used in gaming. Likewise, it is important in science and business to predict future trends.
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The Head Mounted Display will be exhibited at Fujitsu Forum 2015, running May 14-15 at Tokyo International Forum.
In addition, the report discusses the major drivers that influence the growth of the global head mounted display market.
This research report on the global head mounted display (HMD) market provides in-depth analysis of the global market based on its major product segments, applications, end-use, components and geographies for the period from 2013 to 2019.
Look for the Trimersion head mounted display units this fall.
The consumer head mounted display market is gaining momentum with product introductions from Sony, Epson, and even rumors of Google's augmented reality glasses.
The stereoscopic Head Mounted Display (HMD) prototypes that will be displayed in the Company's suite are based on a dual 1920 x 1080p imager solution and intended to address the fast growing 3-D near to eye display market.
These products include mobile viewing devices, wearable computer displays, Military certified micro display electronics, rugged Military Head Mounted Displays, and OEM solutions.
Capabilities wherein the display unit is any of a head mounted display (HMD), a flat panel display (FPD), a wrist display, a torso-worn display, a neck-hung display, a collar-mounted display, a shoulder-supported display, and any combination of these, with the display optionally being attached to an epaulette of the garment;
We are leveraging our position as the head mounted display provider for Land Warrior and Objective Force Warrior to further enable the military's need for enhanced situational awareness.
Additional components of the solution include Microvision Head Mounted Displays, MicroOptical Head Mounted Displays and advanced camera/optics technologies from Oxford Technology.
However, the high ownership cost of head mounted displays could pose a challenge to the growth of this market.