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Introducing a solution for 270º full FoV compact headset

HyperVision technology features

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Wide FoV

HyperVision technology enables next gen Compact wide FoV headsets

Bionic hybrid lens

Wide FoV of 170º

Sharp 30 PPD image Mass production process

270º full FoV

Introducing a solution for 270º full FoV compact headset

Easily Integrated

Can be easily integrated into next generation headsets

 
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Introduction to HyperVision

HyperVision is a start-up company developing groundbreaking core technologies for extended reality (XR) headsets Next generation XR headsets with HyperVision technology will be both immersive and ergonomic Patent pending optics enables best-in-class 170º FoV in a compact XR headset without compromising image fidelity and user’s convenience HyperVision's lenses are compatible with the design principles of current generation XR headsets and can be easily integrated into next generation headsets

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FoV & immersion

The evolution of any visual technology strives for more immersive experience with wider field of view. Cinema evolved from 16mm to iMAX. TV sets evolved from CRT to 16:9 widescreen. The XR industry is fully aware of the importance of wide FoV in providing immersive experience Human vision has a field of view of over 210º, but current XR headsets are struggling to provide FoV wider than 100º. The major challenge is in designing wide FoV near-eye optics without compromising the ergonomics of the headset   HyperVision’s patent pending lens design extends the FoV from 100º to 170º while keeping the headset compact. Integration of the innovative HyperVision lenses into XR headset requires nothing more than a minor mechanical adjustment   Wide FoV enables peripheral vision which has some very      important roles in providing an immersive experien Perception of speed Speed of the observer is mostly sensed by peripheral vision  where landscape is passing around the observer while his vision is focused on the slowly moving horizon With narrow FoV tunnel vision the user not only has poor experience of speed, but may also suffer nausea

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Exploration and object detection

Peripheral vision detects the presence of entities around the observer and identifies their type thus allowing quick focusing on an object for observing its details.
Lack of peripheral vision may make the user unaware of objects just outside his tunnel vision and requires users to continuously turn their head just to be aware of the happenings around them which is unnatural and exhausting.

Motion detection and low light vision

The outer areas of the human retina is rich in rod cells which are sensitive to light and have quick response. Wide FoV is required for enabling these capabilities of the eye.
Wide FoV is not only more immersive but also safer, in particular in low light conditions.

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Ergonomics

There is a brute-force approach for making wide FoV headsets. This involves installing dual tilted long displays (DTLD) and lenses which extend well beyond the user’s face. The resulting oversized headset is heavier, less convenient to wear and move around with. In prolonged use the extra neck strain and pressure on the user’s face have a significant negative impact on the user’s experience. HyperVision’s groundbreaking lens technology puts an end to the need to choose between wide FoV and ergonomics. For the first time it is possible to design a compact wide FoV headset.

 

270º full field of view

HyperVision's technology goes beyond a compact wide FoV solution.

Making an XR headset covering the complete human FoV is impossible using traditional configuration of display and optics.

HyperVision developed a patent pending technology which provides full 270º field of view supporting full human visual perception of 210º + 2x30º eyes rotation to left and right.

Furthermore, this breakthrough technology enables (1) highest central PPD and moderate peripheral PPD and (2) design of compact, light-weight headsets - much smaller and lighter than today's oversized wide-FoV headsets.

HyperVision has working prototypes of full FoV headsets that it can demonstrate.

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Features comparison

Title
Field of view
Headset width
Optical resolution
HyperVision
270º
21cm
Up to 30 PPD
HyperVision
170º
19 cm
Up to 30 PPD
Wide FoV headset
170º
28 cm
19 PPD
Leading VR headset
110º
19 cm
22 PPD
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Management team

 
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Dr. Arthur Rabner

CEO & Founder

An expert in near-eye optics and hardware design. Prior to co-founding HyperVision Arthur designed the optics for the XTAL by VRGineers wide-FoV headset and was the founder of El-Vision where he developed optometric head wearable device for eye diagnostics.   Arthur holds a B.Sc. in Computer Engineering from Technion, M.Sc in Biomedical Engineering and a Ph.D. in Physical Electronics both from Tel-Aviv University.  Arthur holds patents in electro-optics and is the author of multiple scientific papers.

Michael Kanevsky

VP R&D, Founder

A software architect and entrepreneur. Prior to co-founding HyperVision Michael co-founded CodeValue where he served as CTO and VP innovation, managing a team of dozens of software developers, and architecting business expansion into distributed computing, big data, AI and machine learning. Before that Michael founded Adaptive Logic where he led development of distributed cloud systems, DSP image processing and embedded IOT. Before that Michael led an R&D group developing mission-critical systems in an intelligence tech unit in the IDF. Michael holds EE & CS B.Sc. And MBA from Tel-Aviv University.

 

CONTACT US

HyperVision LTD Hacarmel St. 5, Yokneam Illit, Israel

Email: info@hypervision.ai Phone: +972 50 476 0693