End consumer experience with new technologies and products is paramount for their successful adoption. Head-mounted displays (HMDs) such as Sony, Pico, DPVR, HTC Facebook's Oculus, and others promise an immersive experience in augmented and virtual reality. For delivery of the promised experience, many factors are critical including motion-to-photon (MTP) latency. Poor performance of motion-to-photon latency leads to spatial disorientation, motion sickness and dizziness. In this post, we explore the importance of motion-to-photon latency, how to measure it and optimize HMD performance.
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OptoFidelity testing approach
OptoFidelity through its history has been mimicking human perception by designing sensors and actuators to “replace” human senses and touches. For example, in area of touch testing there has been fingertips with specific materials to mimic softness or capacitance of fingertip or added sensors to sense force or haptics. Sometimes the requirement has been to press touch screen with 1g force in 10um accuracy in XY location or recognize setting icon or read Arabic text.
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