Panasonic supported the statement made by chip maker Qualcomm Technologies on the prospects of development of wired and wireless headsets, virtual and augmented reality in the coming years. A Japanese Corporation has released a statement about the future of their own product – VR-glasses support HDR and UHD (high resolution image).
Panasonic is planning to optimize the VR glasses for the most comfortable use with 5G smartphones, said Michiko Ogawa, Director of technology, Appliances Company Panasonic Corporation. Top Manager noted that to experience the immersive experience of watching music and sports broadcasts, as well as virtual tourism, VR glasses Panasonic you can already in the following year. In any case, the company hopes to bring to market a product at this time.
In contrast to existing market models, device from Panasonic that looks like old school “goggle” that is closer in design to conventional sunglasses. Traditionally chedsey virtual reality is quite cumbersome — reducing the size and weight of devices has become one of the key tasks that it is trying to solve the manufacturers of VR hardware.
the new VR glasses, Panasonic has developed high-performance OLED displays in collaboration with Kopin Corporation, a leading manufacturer of screens for VR. The gadget also uses audio and visual technology is Panasonic, in particular, for signal processing, honed in the production of video equipment (TV and Blu-ray), audioproduktion Technics and optical technologies used in digital cameras LUMIX.
Panasonic announced the main features of the VR device. The device promises to give the image very high resolution, declared support for HDR. The company notes that the device provide a natural and smooth picture characteristic of the “lattice effect”, because of which the fine lines between pixels become visible to the user.
Use origwow the dynamic emitter Technics is designed to provide accurate movement of the diaphragm and ultra-low distortion and a wide frequency range, from ultralow to high.
Compact and lightweight frame, does not require additional fasteners, and the optical module from Kopin, 3M and Panasonic, allows you to display a natural image without distortion, using one super-compact unit.
However, it is worth noting that a working prototype, which in January, the company has made available to journalists The Verge, was not very practical. OLED screens are micro is very small: the resulting image came out square, and the angles less than the usual VR headsets. “The glasses were a bit heavy and slid on the nose whenever I leaned forward,” shared experience editor Sam Byford.