Last updated on December 8th, 2022 at 02:52 pm
Its size is 0.21 inches, the resolution is 428 x 240 pixels
Kopin, calling itself “a leading designer and supplier of transparent and reflective active matrix liquid crystal and OLED microdisplays used in military, corporate, industrial, medical and consumer applications,” announced that its CyberDisplay WQVGA LVS backlit display module and IC -Driver A230 is built into the Shearwater NERD 2 wearable dive computer. This computer allows rescue divers to see important information about the dive in front of them at all times.
The Kopin CyberDisplay is used in the Shearwater NERD 2 wearable diving computer
Created by Canada’s Shearwater, the NERD 2 computer continually displays information such as dive depth and time, compass readings, and gas reserve to the user, without having to stop to check the sensors. This allows divers to focus on their work.
The Kopin micro display and backlight combine with Shearwater optical lenses to create images that appear on a 25-inch TV from 4m away. The NERD 2 wearable computer has a two-button interface, Bluetooth and a rechargeable battery that provides an average of 18 hours of robots on a single charge.
The mentioned CyberDisplay WQVGA LVS microdisplay is an active matrix liquid crystal display with a resolution of 428 x 240 pixels. Its size is 0.21 inches. The power consumption of the display, backlight and driver microcircuit does not exceed 100 mW at a display brightness of 1000 cd / m 2 . The framebuffer memory located in the driver provides additional power savings.