Explore the Latest Advancements in AR Optical Module Technology

Explore the Latest Advancements in AR Optical Module Technology

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Augmented Reality (AR) technology is revolutionizing the way we interact with digital content. It offers a wide range of applications, from gaming and entertainment to education, healthcare, and industrial manufacturing. However, to experience the full potential of AR, you need a high-quality optical module that can provide a clear and immersive view of virtual objects. In this article, we’ll explore the latest advancements in AR optical module technology in our M2026 optical display module and how they can enhance your AR experience.

The characteristics of the M2026 optical display module are light and thin.

Field of View

The field of view (FOV) is the extent of the observable world that a person can see through an AR device. This AR optical module we’ll be discussing has a diagonal FOV of 26°, which means it can display virtual objects in a wide area in front of you. This wide FOV helps to create a more immersive AR experience by allowing you to interact with virtual objects as if they were in your real-world environment.

Display Panel

The display panel is the component that displays the virtual content in an AR device. The AR optical module we’re discussing uses a 0.23′ OLED display panel, which offers high-quality, high-contrast images with deep blacks and vivid colors. OLED technology provides excellent contrast and color reproduction, making it ideal for AR applications.

The aspect ratio, horizontal display resolution, and pixel pitch are essential factors that affect the image quality of an AR device. The AR optical module we’re discussing has an aspect ratio of 16:10 and a horizontal display resolution of 640 pixels, offering a sharp and clear image quality. The panel dimensions are 5.054×3.276mm, and the pixel pitch is 8μm, providing a high pixel density that enhances the visual details of virtual objects.

Eye box Eye Relief

Eye box and eye relief are important considerations for AR devices since they affect the comfort and usability of the device. The AR optical module we’re discussing has an eye box of 7.6x7mm and an eye relief of 22mm, which means that you can view virtual objects comfortably without straining your eyes.

  • Virtual imaging size

The virtual imaging size and contrast ratio are critical factors that determine the level of immersion and realism in an AR experience. The AR optical module we’re discussing provides a virtual imaging size of 55”@3m, which means that virtual objects appear larger and more lifelike. The contrast ratio is 100000:1, providing deep blacks and bright whites that enhance the visual quality of virtual objects.

  • Optical distortion

Optical distortion and see-through transmission are crucial factors that affect the accuracy and clarity of virtual objects in an AR device. The AR optical module we’re discussing has an optical distortion of less than 2%, providing a clear and accurate view of virtual objects. See-through transmission is more than 80%, allowing you to view the real-world environment and virtual objects simultaneously.

  • Weight

The weight and size of an AR device are critical factors that affect its usability and comfort. The AR optical module we’re discussing is lightweight, weighing only 12g, which means it’s comfortable to wear for extended periods. The optical module size is 24.523.58.5mm, making it compact and easy to integrate into AR devices.

Overall, the AR optical module we’ve discussed in this article represents our latest advancements in AR display panel technology and is an excellent choice for enhancing your AR experience.


We (Goolton Technology) are committed to improving industrial cognition through AR innovation, and AI empowers industry upgrading and reform. Goolton is deeply involved in the digital twin and digital interaction of AI+AR and is positioned as an enterprise-level multi-scenario digital solution service provider.