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Head-Mounted Display – High Res

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Head-Mounted Display - High Res
Part #: HMD2A

Unsurpassed visual fidelity in a lightweight, ergonomically friendly device that is both easy to use and comfortable to wear.

State-of-the-art head-mounted display (HMD) provides 1280×1024 full color with 50° diagonal field-of-view in see-thru or immersive modes for professional augmented and virtual reality applications. Includes built-in microphone and stereo headphones. Dual HDMI interface supports stereopsis via two video inputs. Click Specifications for further information.

(HMD2A replaces the HMD2, which was discontinued January 2015.)

High-resolution Head Mounted Display
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Part #: HMD2A
Categories: VR/Immersive - Research
Subcategories: Head-Mounted Displays - Research

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