Sony shows OLED display module on glasses rest




Sony has a small display module developed an OLED screen that an ordinary glasses can be confirmed. To 0.23 “OLED screen to control Sony chose an ARM SOC. The accessory must come to market next year.

The 0.23 “OLED screen of the display module has a resolution of 640×400 pixels According to Sony, the contrast ratio is 10,000:. 1, brightness 800cd / m² and the screen can display the full sRGB color spectrum The manufacturer states that the OLED. display technology is admirably suited for outdoor use.

Sony’s display module , which consists of two parts and according to the manufacturer with virtually all normal eyeglasses can be worn, takes on the basis of a non-specified ARM Cortex A7-soc. Wireless communication is Bluetooth 3.0 and 802.11n wifi, while an electronic compass, an accelerometer and a touch sensor incorporated in the device. Through the touch sensor can give the user input. The battery has a capacity of 400mAh, but it is unclear what is the endurance of the module. The module has, in contrast to the Google Glass, no on-board camera.

The 40 gram display module Sony is aiming to own say on both applications if at sports. The manufacturer promises to come with an SDK that allows to build applications that can run on the module itself, but also from a smartphone. The first modules should be on the market next year, but the price is still unknown.

The market for wearables in glasses shape is not entirely new for Sony. As the Japanese group previously developed the SmartEyeGlass and the company has a VR headset under the name Project Morpheus built


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