The AR optical display module M2030, M3033 developed by goolton surpasses the existing AR optical waveguide display in terms of imaging clarity, resolution, color, weight, volume, and power consumption. It can be customized according to customer needs, to meet the individual needs of industrial enterprises and government departments because we devote to provide best AR smart glasses and optical modules with customized R&D and services.
Diagonal FOV: 33°
Frame Rate: 60Hz
Pixel Pitch: 8um
Eye Relief: 22mm
Virtual Image Size: 70”@3m
Optional Distortion: <1.5%
See-through Transmission: >80%
Module Weight: -17g
Optical Engine Size: 30*34*9.7mm
Operating temperature: -40℃~+70℃
Waveguide itself is not a new technology. Optical waveguide display modules are made using the same technology, which allows one-way light waves to be guided down the cable. Upon looking at fiber optic cables from the side, you don’t see light, only the points of light at the end. Waveguide lenses use the same properties of unidirectional light waves to guide light waves through a lens or plane (a planar waveguide) from end to end.
The biggest advantage of using waveguide as a photosynthetic combiner lies in the spatial optimization of waveguide AR glasses design.
By placing the tiny waveguide display and imaging optics on one side (at the top or side of the forehead), it not only minimizes visual impairment, but optimizes the weight balance of the device and improves ergonomics as well.
There are other advantages of optical display module of 5g smart glasses including
Large eye frame and improved mechanical tolerances to accommodate more people — one and two dimensional exit pupil expansion.
Visual gap and weight balance — AR glass waveguide that transmit virtual images to the eye.
The appearance of waveguide AR glasses is close to consumer products — the eyepiece is flat and thin with good external light transmission.
Easy design iteration and mass production — flat glass substrates with custom contours, nanomaterials.
Multi-layer stackable — create virtual images at different depths to achieve 3D.