According to another research report titled Head Mounted Display (HMD) Market by Products (Helmet Mounted, Wearable Glass), Components (Micro display, Camera, control unit, Tracker, Accessories), Applications (Defence, industrial, Video Gaming) & Geography - Global Analysis and Forecast to 2020, the HMD industry is expected to reach up to $12.
This research is spread across 300 pages and the head mounted display market analysis of the report is supported with 65 tables and 113 figures.
In addition, the study includes competitive profiling of major players engaged in head mounted display manufacturing, their business strategies and recent developments.
The report segments the global head mounted display market as: Head Mounted Display Market, by End-use: Defense Air Force Military Navy Consumer market Video gaming Augmented reality Virtual reality Others Automation Medical practices Safety practices Sports Others (police force and design)
55-inch developmental imagers shown in a front projection mode and the Head Mounted Display
prototype open up new market segments and create additional new customer opportunities beyond the large screen RPTV market served by our current production product.
These advancements have extended the applications of head mounted displays
to wide range of end-use verticals including medical practices, sports, automation, and consumer market among others.
They will enable new, high-quality consumer electronics products including micro-projectors, head mounted displays
and mobile communications devices.
Partially funded by the Air Force Research Lab Human Effectiveness Directorate (AFRL-HE) and the US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), the Tac-Eye display is one of the highest performing, lowest power head mounted displays
(HMD) ever designed for Military applications.
FATS integrated solution allows full interoperability with FATS training systems and accessories including Small Arms Trainers, Indirect Fire-Forward Air Control Trainers (I-FACT), Head Mounted Displays
, BLUEFIRE(R) weapon simulators and more.
Liteye Systems, located in Centennial Colorado, is a leading designer and manufacturer of head mounted displays
and miniature display solutions.
The information obtained from research studies using the Multi Cervical System will be beneficial in that it could lead to the development of physical training regimens that reduce the potential for neck injury among soldiers who carry helmets with head mounted displays