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MicroOptical CO-3 display

2001

Deutsches Museum

Deutsches Museum
Munich, Germany

MicroOptical displays have some of the best eyeboxes (the 3D region of space in which the eye can rest and still see all four corners of the screen), which is very beneficial because mobile displays slip and move during normal work. They created small, VGA-compatible displays with high optical quality from the mid-1990s to the mid-2000s. They were used by Charmed, ViA's FlexiPC, and a variety of other wearable computer manufacturers for tasks in industry, medicine, military and academia. The CO-3 is 24-bit color, has 320x240 pixel resolution, and is power-hungry, requiring 3.5 W of power.
$2000

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  • Title: MicroOptical CO-3 display
  • Date: 2001
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