NVIS nVisor SX111

NVIS nVisor SX111

About: The nVisor SX111 offers users a truly immersive display with a total viewing real estate covering 102° horizontal by 64° vertical, with 111 degrees across the diagonal. Other displays with comparable field-of-view either provide inadequate resolution or create undesirable tiling artifacts from use of multiple microdisplays. The nVisor SX111 uses a single microdisplay per eye and can be driven from a PC supporting dual DVI or analog video output. Adequate eye relief accommodate users with eyeglasses and a large exit pupil supports eye movement across the expansive field-of-view without vignetting.

NVIS nVisor SX111 Specs and Info…

Device: NVIS nVisor SX111
Manufacturer: NVIS
Announced Date: June 2012
Release Date: Unknown
Launch Price: Unknown
Device Type: VR Headset (PC Powered)
Display: X2 SXGA Microdisplays at 1280 X 1024 (Per Eye)
Diagonal Field of View(FOV): 111°
Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
Weight: 1300 g (2.86 lb)
Battery: N/A
Tracking: 3 DoF Non-positional (Gyroscope Based)
Controllers: N/A

NVIS nVisor SX111

Our Thoughts: For it’s time the nVisor SX111 offered one of the world’s best and truly immersive HMD’s. Made by NVIS it had an impressive 102° horizontal by 64° vertical, with 111 degrees across the diagonal field of view! It had the tech that NVIS is good at and that is visual elements that go near the eyes, so it will come to no surprise that they are one of the best makers of rangefinders and binoculars on the market.

This was not a headset that any members of the public were ever going to see, it was for industrial uses only. From a design and non-commercial use, it was a very powerful system. Coupled with the right tech even at the time there was not a lot this system could not do. With lots of room for people to wear glasses and soft head coatings, it’s a system that would hold its own even in today’s world of VR.

Sources used…

  • https://est-kl.com/manufacturer/nvis/nvisor-sx111.html
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