Re: Head mounted displays (Daniel Oberfeld )


Subject: Re: Head mounted displays
From:    Daniel Oberfeld  <oberfeld@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Fri, 3 Feb 2012 09:35:13 +0100
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Hi Pablo, we use an nVis nVisor SX (resolution 1280 x 1024), which works very well. It is a little bit heavy, so longer experimental sessions are tedious for the subjects, especially if you are planning to have them moving around rather than using a chinrest. The price tag is quite high for the nVisor SX, though. Be sure to check out the recent Sony HMZ-T1 targeted at the home cinema market - full HD resolution for only 800 , but we did not yet have the opportunity to test it. It even has built in headphones, which might be a pro or a con... One thing you should consider is that with the HMDs you will most likely need to use in-ear headphones. There will simply be not enough space to fit supra/circumaural types, at least that's the case for the nVisor SX. Best Daniel On 03.02.2012 06:02, AUDITORY automatic digest system wrote: > Head mounted displays > Date: Thu, 2 Feb 2012 09:00:54 +0000 > From: Pablo Faundez Hoffmann <pfh@xxxxxxxx> > Subject: Head mounted displays > > Hi all, > > In relation to audiovisual interaction experiments in virtual environments = > VE, I am starting to look into head mounted display options.=20 > If members of this list have worked on visual VE I'd greatly appreciate you= > r comments and recommendation on head mounted displays. Thanks. > > Best, Pablo > > Pablo F. Hoffmann > Assistant Professor -- Dr. habil. Daniel Oberfeld-Twistel Johannes Gutenberg - Universitaet Mainz Department of Psychology Experimental Psychology Wallstrasse 3 55122 Mainz Germany Phone ++49 (0) 6131 39 39274 Fax ++49 (0) 6131 39 39268 http://www.staff.uni-mainz.de/oberfeld/


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