If you’re looking for a display that can give you the largest field of view currently possible, you might be interested in the world’s first virtual gaming monitor, unveiled by Brelyon at CES 2023 this week. Offering users a 122inch amplified brightness of 700+ nits in native HDR, 144Hz, with 4K as its base resolution, it’s all wrapped up in “meters of appropriate monocular depth.”
Unfortunately, there is no information on pricing or availability worldwide yet, but as soon as information is available, we will, as always, keep you updated. In the meantime, you can go to the official website by clicking on the link below to order a demonstration of the unique technology.
“Brelyon Fusion allows you to mix light to zoom the field of view in a new way that achieves multiple resolution,” says Barmak Heshmat, CEO and founder of Brelyon. “This new innovation in expanding the light field really allows us to think of light as pieces of LEGO blocks that can be computed to create a more immersive screen.”
“Ultra Reality Display is the first desktop monitor with conformal monocular depth. This relaxes the ciliary muscles of the eyes, providing a large range of depth with a massive field of view that mimics a panoramic 122″ virtual screen on your desk; ideal for immersive visualizations and long hours of work.”
World’s first virtual gaming monitor
“Headset immersion meets monitor comfort, Brelyon is proud to introduce the first headsetless virtual monitor. This 30inch aperture looks and feels like a virtual window that the user can look into. The display shows a 122inch virtual image with a depth profile that is so natural to the eye that it relaxes the ciliary muscles of the eye compared to flatpanel monitors and reduces vergence tension for comfortable extended use.”
“Brelion makes extensive use of wavefront engineering to provide monocular depth in displays. At the heart of each product is Brelyon’s patented Depth Modulator, which allows the wavefront to influence the control and programming of monocular depth. Monocular depth is the depth perceived by one eye and does not require parallax or stereopsis, eliminating the need to wear glasses. Brelyon’s depth modulation mechanisms manipulate light at the microrad level, which plays an important role in maintaining pure depth and image fidelity.”
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