Liteye OLED HMD Unveiled

Posted: Apr 15 2010, 6:43am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:35pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 

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OLED displays are making their entry in head mounted displays (HMD). Liteye Systems has developed two new HMDs equipped with OLED microdisplays from eMagin.
Based on Liteye's prismatic optic, the new HMDs take advantage of Liteye's patented universal mount, which allows users to locate the display in virtually any position.

Liteye’s new LE-720A HMD (photo) is a high performance rugged solution for situational awareness applications. Available in full color SVGA or monochrome video, the lightweight versatile product provides a compact size for portable computing and remote viewing. Prototype LE-720A systems built into Oakley combat goggles are currently being evaluated internationally by military OEMs. The HMD system can also be built into rugged ballistic goggles from a variety of manufacturers, and is ideal for hands-free industrial data viewer applications.

Liteye's new LE-800 is configured to maximize peripheral vision for helmet-mount applications. This product has been developed as the next generation of Liteye's see-through optics products. Liteye spent over two years developing this HMD, utilizing input from multiple military and industrial customers. The product can be customized to meet customers' needs.

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