Last updated on December 8th, 2022 at 02:45 pm
Their supplier is Kopin
Microdisplay specialist Kopin announced that its 2.6K x 2.6K x (2560 x 2560 pixels) DoC (display on-chip) OLED Lightning microdisplays are used in Panasonic’s virtual reality glasses on display at the show. CES 2021. DoC technology benefits include the integration of an OLED panel and other functional blocks, including a MIPI serial interface, video decompression circuits, and memory. The microdisplay in question is designed specifically for compact virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and mixed reality (MR) headsets.
Panasonic’s new VR headsets feature 2.6K x 2.6K OLED displays
The microdisplay has found application Kopin ColorMax patented technology to provide accurate color reproduction (color space sRGB coverage exceeds 100%). Duplex OLED structure allowed to obtain a high luminance – more than 1000 cd / m 2. The display works with a 10-bit color representation. The contrast ratio is over 10,000: 1.
Panasonic VR Glasses are the world’s first Ultra High Definition High Dynamic Range (HDR) VR glasses, delivering “stunningly lifelike images.” Thanks to the 1.3-inch displays and the Pancake slim optical system, the glasses are compact and lightweight, so they are comfortable to wear for a long time. The design provides for the adjustment of the interpupillary distance and the diopter adjustment to be used by people wearing corrective glasses. The glasses are equipped with a high-quality audio subsystem.