You might remember the Lumus DK-32 wearable display that was being showcased at CES earlier this year by Lumus. Now Lumus have revealed a little more information about their Lumus OE-31 Optical Engine which is used to create the heads-up-display (HUD) within the glasses.
The Lumus OE-31 Optical Engine can be used either in glasses, goggles or protective head gear to provide the users with more information via the HUD. The display lens can either be used in front of one eye or both. Watch the video after the jump to see more detail of the Lumus OE-31 Optical Engine from the recent CES show.
The The Lumus OE-31 Optical Engine weighs just 10 grams and provides an augmented reality display with a 19-degree field of view and a resolution of 640 x 360 picture.
During Mobile World Congress 2012 which kicks off next week you can expect to see more applications on show from Lumus. Showing different types of sunglasses and protective headgear to which their Lumus OE-31 Optical Engine can be fitted.
Source: SlashgearFiled Under: Design News, Displays News, Gadgets News, Technology News, Top News