The Vuzix Wrap 920AR is the sort of high-end consumer gadget that would end up serving as merely a head-mounted display and its AR component would fall by the wayside. But imagine its full potential in the hands of an expert hacker…
Wrap 920AR eyewear [consists of] a stereo camera pair that “looks” into the world, bringing mixed and augmented reality content to life. With the new Wrap 920AR, users can view the real-world environment and computer-generated imagery seamlessly mixed together; allowing video game characters to jump out of the TV and come to life in your living room, or magazines and books with animated links back to the web in real time.
The stereo camera pair delivers a single 1504 x 480 side-by-side image that can be viewed in 3D stereoscopic video, while the video eyewear provides an unprecedented 67-inch display as seen from 10 feet. The Wrap 920AR also includes a 6 Degree-of-Freedom Tracker, which allows for absolute accuracy of roll pitch and yaw and also X, Y and Z positioning in 3D space. Selected as a 2010 CES Innovations Award winner and a semifinalist for the “Last Gadget Standing” competition, the Wrap 920AR will be the highlight of Vuzix’ display at the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show.
Here are the specs:
â€¢ 1/3-inch wide VGA Digital Image Sensor
â€¢ Resolution: 752H x 480W
â€¢ Includes 6 Degree-of-Freedom Tracker
â€¢ Frame rate: 60 fps
â€¢ Dynamic range: >55dB linear; >80-100dB in HiDy mode
â€¢ Shutter efficiency: >99%
â€¢ ADC Resolution: 10-bit column parallel
â€¢ High-speed USB 2.0
â€¢ PC and Mac compatible
â€¢ System requirements: Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista, Windows7, Mac OS X 10.4.9 or higher
â€¢ MSRP: $799.99