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February 11, 2020 Tuesday 11:26:40 AM IST

First HDR Capable VR Eyeglasses

Technology Inceptions

Panasonic Corporation has developed the world's first High Dynamic Range (HDR) capable ultra high resolution (UHD) virtual reality (VR) eyeglasses launched in view of the forthcoming full-fledged commercial services of 5G mobile communications system. Conventional VR glasses provide high-quality images and sound but are big in size. They have to be strapped to the head with a headband causing discomfort for users. For the new VR glasses, Panasonic has developed a high-performance display device in cooperation with Kopin Corporation, which is a leading manufacturer of display devices for VR glasses. In addition, Panasonic's audio and visual technologies have been incorporated into this new device

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