Principles of AR/VR Technology
VR (Virtual Reality) virtual reality technology allows users to immerse themselves in a three-dimensional computer-generated virtual environment and isolate them from the real environment. Because VR equipment is isolated from the real environment, the technical difficulty is relatively easy, but it also greatly limits the use of the scene. In particular, users who wear VR equipment are prone to dizziness and discomfort, which is considered to be the biggest obstacle for VR to go mainstream. The dizziness and discomfort of VR devices is mainly due to the "motion sickness" caused by the inconsistency between the images seen by users through VR devices and the images perceived by the brain. At the same time, due to the lack of portability and weak interactivity of VR devices, VR devices cannot produce phenomenal applications in scenes other than games in the short term.
AR (Augmented Reality) augmented reality technology can add or remove interactive virtual objects or information generated by computers in real time in the real environment. AR HUD (HeadUp Display) technology allows vehicle drivers to instantly view various information of the vehicle through the information projected on the windshield by the HUD, making driving guidance more intuitive and safe, and can also provide a certain degree of anti-fatigue and sensory reminders, especially in driverless applications, with great potential. AR glasses are more suitable for the user's visual distance and have better interactivity. They are the most suitable virtual reality technology for various phenomenal application scenarios. However, due to the high cost, the current market penetration rate is still low, but major manufacturers have already carried out research and development of AR glasses as the mainstream virtual reality technology in the future.
For measuring headset glasses:
Today's near-eye display devices integrate the highest resolution LCD, OLED, LCOS, projection, and other display technologies, allowing each eye to see more pixels, facilitating an immersive user experience.
The Spectrophotometer series of imaging colorimeters and photometers offers a range of high-resolution sensor options for capturing ultra-fine inter-pixel and intra-pixel uniformity defects. These image sensors are optimized to reduce noise in image acquisition, thereby increasing signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) for accuracy and ensuring the highest quality images for analysis. The lens captures luminance, CIE chromaticity coordinates, correlated color temperature (CCT) data and more to ensure simultaneous consistency across all viewing angles.