SEOS Ultra Wide Field-of-View

Head Mounted Display

SEOS HMD

The SEOS HMD 120/40 provides a stunning 120 degree x 67 degree field of view for true immersive virtual reality systems. Left and right 1280 x 1024 images are displayed with a central 40 degree stereo overlap. The display is ideally suited to driving simulation, flight simulation, individual soldier training, and all applications in which a wide field-of-view is important.

SEOS HMD 120/40 incorporates a patented new catadioptric eyepiece that is not conventionally refractive. The result is a large pupil, providing high tolerance to eyeball movement without losing regions of the field of view. The wide range of optical correction (+/- 4 diopter) accommodates most eye-glass wearers. The image distance can be varied from collimated to 0.25m by the use of the eyepiece focus adjuster.

SEOS HMD 120/40 looks boxy, but it is lightweight and very comfortable to wear. A patented mounting method provides for conforming to head shapes. There is no need to lean forward or backward.

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SEOS HMD 120/40 Core Specifications:

SEOS HMD viewed from rear

SEOS HMD side view

These photographs show the HMD with the head mounting strap assembly removed.

For addition details see our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Price: US$70,000. California Residents add 8.25% sales tax. Head tracker extra.
Shipping and customs fees are extra.

SEOS is located in the United Kingdom and is a recognized leader in the field of high performance display systems.  They are ISO 9001 certified and recipient of a Queens Award for Enterprise in Internation Trade for 2002.

CGSD is a SEOS-authorized sales agent for the HMD 120/40 in the United States. Please contact CGSD for further information, to arrange a demonstration, or  to order.

Ordering Information:

Phone: 650-903-4920

Fax: 650-967-5252

Email: sales@cgsd.com

Mail: CGSD Corp., 2483 Old Middlefield Way, Suite 140, Mountain View, CA 94043-2330

CGSD Corp. is a California corporation providing products, systems, and services for visual simulation since 1990.