Panasonic VR screen Technical Specifications*.
The Panasonic VR was introduced in February 2017.
Below a list of Panasonic VR screen tech spec:
|Pixels Per Inch (PPI)||n/a|
|Resolution||6400 × 1440 px|
4 Display (2 display per eye)
1600 × 1440 px × 2 per eye
|Frames per second(FPS)||n/a|
|Field of view||220°|
|Degrees of Freedom (DoF)||n/a|
|Lens (Type/D)||Aspherical & Fresnel optics|
The Panasonic VR Headset, as demonstrated by Andru Edwards at CES 2017, is a top-of-the-line, immersive virtual reality device. With a 220-degree field-of-view – more than double the average 100-degree field-of-view in competing headsets – this display is designed for use training firefighters, surgeons, pilots and others who require an immersive training experience. Additionally, this VR Headset can sync seamlessly with a 360-degree camera through an Ultra HD input and comes with bone-conduction audio technology.
Panasonic is planning to produce its headset in 2018.
According to materials – Panasonic.com
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