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Sony also has form with headmounted displays. The 1000 HMZ-T2 is a personal 3D viewer that can be used with 3D games and HD movies. It includes an OLED 720p panel for each eye that renders 3D pictures in high-contrast detail. Eurogamer reviewed its predecessor, the HMZ-T1, in late 2011. The Oculus Rift performs much better than the HMZ-T2 for games, and Sony hopes to one-up the rival device with its own offering.

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The Rift incorporates a flat 7-inch (17.8-centimeter) 60Hz LCD display screen with a resolution of 1280 by 800 pixels (around 720p high-def resolution). The screen is divided into 640 by 800 pixels per eye, with a 2.5-inch (64-millimeter) fixed distance between lens centers. The user views the screen through two lens cups. There are plans to make the consumer model's resolution at least 1080p, and the company has already demonstrated two 1080p prototypes (the HD and Crystal Cove models). The display inputs include DVI-D Single Link, HDMI 1.3+ and USB 2.0 Full Speed+, all fed to it through the single control box cord.

Google started selling a prototype of Google Glass to qualified "Glass Explorers" in the US on April 15, 2013, for a limited period for $1,500, before it became available to the public on May 15, 2014.[13] It had an integral 5 megapixel still/720p video camera. The headset received a great deal of criticism amid concerns that its use could violate existing privacy laws.[14]

The original developer kit used 720p panels, while DK2 works with 1080p. This unit works with Low Persistence and low to no blur while the original had Full Persistence and lots of blur. You may well get a bit less motion-sick with this version.

Sensics offers a wide array of head-mounted displays. Sensics (Columbia, MD, USA) offers zSight 810, dSight, rSight, zSight, zSight - 1920, xSight, and piSight [136]. The Sensics HMDs have a panoramic screen which gives the user ability to also use their peripherals. These HMDs also have the ability to track the users pitch, yaw, and roll. In addition, they can track the acceleration in 3 DOF. The Vuzix VR920 HMD (Vuzix, Rochester, NY, USA) and the Vuzix VR 1200 HMD (Vuzix, Rochester, NY, USA) use two LCD displays [137]. They also have 3 DOF of orientation tracking. Sony also has a line of HMDs, named HMZ, that gives the user an immersive experience. The Sony HMZ-T1 (Sony Corporation, Minato, Tokyo, Japan) gives the user 45 of field of view horizontally and a 720p OLED screen [138]. However, the T1 does not offer head tracking. The newly revealed T3Q device was developed to compete with other head-mounted displays. The T3W is predicted to offer 720p to 1080p to the user. The design of this HMD simulates a 750-in. screen at 62.5 ft away from the user [139]. The T3W has head tracking in order to compete with other head-mounted displays. 041b061a72


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