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Comparison Features In The New Version Of Binocular AR Glasses

by Jocelin on Sep 14, 2022

Comparison Features In The New Version Of Binocular AR Glasses

According to market data, AR devices are going mainstream and gaining adoption across different fields. Facebook just released an AR glasses in cooperation with RayBan. Does that mean that AR is coming into the mainstream? In any case, the trend is strong. Augmented Reality glasses are finding use in business and personal spaces, including Athletics, Manufacturing, Shopping, Healthcare, Remote work, Logistics, and more.

Augmented Reality glasses can include two categories: monocular and binocular AR. With monocular, digital information is displayed in one eye without depth(2D). With binocular AR, digital information is displayed in both eyes with depth (3D). Modular smart glasses are pretty very suitable for remote support and maintenance and binocular glasses for work instructions and training.

Compare to DM-AR07–42DM-AR07–47 is powerful, intuitive, and lightweight enough for daily use. Simply put them on to experience a huge 136” virtual screen that provides an unprecedented, immersive, multimedia experience for business and personal applications.

Both of them use Sony MicroOLED with ultra-high contrast(100,000:1) and ultra-fast response speed(0.01 ms or less), higher emission efficiency and longer life, wider color gamut due to optimized color filter design.

The main comparison features between DM-AR07–42 and DM-AR07–47 are below.

Immersive 136” Display

With a large FoV. It’s like watching a 136'’ screen from just a few feet away! You will be impressed by the experience, especially as it overlays onto your real-world surroundings, allowing you to see both the real and virtual worlds while playing a video or viewing other content at the same time.

FoV

The field of view (FoV) is the extent of the observable world that is seen at any given moment. In the case of optical instruments or sensors, it is a solid angle through which a detector is sensitive to electromagnetic radiation. It features a wider field of view ( FOV: 47 Degree) than before. When wearing it, You will be impressed by the experience.

Weight

It was designed with consumers in mind. It is lightweight, untethered, and user-friendly with a 23g weight.

Business Ready solution

The glasses (DM-AR07–47)are more advanced, low cost, and support customization.

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