Rockwell Collins SR-80 Head Mounted Display (HMD)

Rockwell Collins SR-80 DETAILS The New ProView SR80-A features full-color SXGA resolution (1280 x 1024) and a wide field of view. The true 1280 x 1024 resolution and wide color gamut really set the ProView line apart from other display systems. The optical modules are mounted on a new and improved, ergonomically designed headband system which allows superior look-under capability and balance. The ProView SR80-A consists of two major components - the head mounted display and a separate electronic unit connected with a 5 meter cable.

DISPLAY Resolution: Full color, solid state, SXGA resolution (12804H x 1024V) Brightness: Adjustable from 5ft-L to 50ft-L Contrast: 100:1 Stereoscopic Compatible: Yes (with 2 channel input)

OPTICAL Field of View: 53° (V) x 63° (H), 80° diagonal Transmission: Non See-Through Optics: Color-corrected, aspheric refractive lens – independent optical paths for each eye Eye Relief: Eyeglasses compatible Exit Pupil: Non pupil forming Overlap: 100%

MECHANICAL IPD: Independent left/right, accessible on each display module IPD Range: 55 – 75 mm HMD Weight: 35 ounces Headtracker: Accommodates magnetic and inertial tracker sensors

CONTROL UNIT Video: Dual inputs (single w/ optical splitter) DVI or RGB SXGA 60 Hz vertical rate Separate H/V sync Cable Length: 5 meters Video Connectors: DVI-I, HD-15 to DVI adapter for RGB HV Controls: L, R RS-232 parts for brightness control Power: 120 VAC, 60 Hz, or 240 VAC, 50 Hz, 25W

Intersense IS-900 Ultrasonic Hybrid Tracking System

IS-900 Ultrasonic Hybrid Tracking System DETAILS With 1,000's of installations worldwide, the IS-900 is the system of choice for precise position and orientation (6-DOF) tracking in military & industrial simulators, immersive displays, virtual prototyping and film/video production. Based on InterSense's patented inertial-ultrasonic hybrid tracking technology, the IS-900 system is immune to metallic interference, while offering smooth, robust real-time tracking in demanding environments.

WorldViz Vizard VR Software Toolkit

Vizard Piazza Demo

DETAILS WorldViz's Vizard software supports a variety of 2D, 3D, video, and audio formats, and is the primary software used to display immersive virtual environments in the VENLab. Our experimenters and team of developers use a workflow that includes Autodesk 3DS Max and Python scripting to create implement experimental designs in Vizard.

Qualisys Motion Capture System

Qualisys Motion Capture System

DETAILS Qualisys motion capture hardware and software have been designed with low latency and maximum speed in mind – without sacrificing accuracy. QTM, Qualisys proprietary tracking software, is designed to work seamlessly with any model of Qualisys camera, ensuring fast and precise data collection. The system allows users to perform 2D, 3D and 6DOF capture of data in real-time, with minimal latency

FEATURES 2D/3D/6DOF data tracking, Marker/High-Speed Video Data, Real-Time Streaming, Latency down to 4ms, Automatic Marker Identification, Marker Masking, Passive and Active Markers, Video Overlay, Supports all Qualisys cameras, Expandable system: simply add more cameras.

Applied Sciences Laboratories (ASL) Helmet-Mounted Eye Tracker

ASL Eye Tracker

DETAILS ASL’s unique design consists of three major components: (1) the EYE-TRAC® PC eyetracking unit with data collection software, (2) interchangeable eye camera optics (head-mounted, desk-mounted and/or long-range optics for the fMRI and MEG environments), and (3) ASL Results Plus data analysis software. The EYE-TRAC PC series uses bright pupil optics that provide the best pupil image contrast in most indoor environments. A "bright pupil" image is produced when the camera line of view is coaxial (exactly aligned) with the illumination beam.

FEATURES The robust and accurate tracking capability of the EYE-TRAC PC provides reliable real-time x and y gaze coordinates, pupil diameter values, video image of scene, with superimposed gaze cursor, recorded as an avi file and synchronized with a digital data file, video image of eye, with superimposed indicators showing eye feature recognition recorded as .avi file and synchronized with digital data file.