TECHNICAL REPORT ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF VIDEO GLASSES FOR EYE PROTECTION

Abstract : There is a lack of eye protection for high energy lasers or those having too many wavelengths. Therefore, we have developed a video see-through Head Mounted Display (HMD) to have an indirect vision. The use of video display allows us to add Augmented Reality and help the user in his task. The HMD is composed of off-the-shelf elements. The displays are general market glasses (Sony, Oculus) whereas cameras are industrial highly configurable cameras (IDS-ueye). This paper is a technical description of the device assembly, programming and testing. We highlight the current constraints such as time lag, picture resolution, field of view, weight and autonomy.
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[Technical Report] CNRS - Lyon (69); INSA Lyon; UCBL. 2016
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Eric Mathieu, Jean-Philippe Farrugia, Aurélien Grivollat. TECHNICAL REPORT ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF VIDEO GLASSES FOR EYE PROTECTION. [Technical Report] CNRS - Lyon (69); INSA Lyon; UCBL. 2016. <hal-01271587>

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