High Fidelity Immersive Virtual Reality [chapter]

Stuart Gilson, Andrew Glennerster
2012 Virtual Reality - Human Computer Interaction  
The majority of head-mounted displays -as the name suggests -involve miniature displays mounted to a helmet-like structure which rests on the observer's head, such that the displays lay in front of the eyes. Helmet designs range from fully-enclosed helmets, typically found in military applications, to bare-minimum ski-goggle like systems. At present, all systems have non-negligible weight, which can be a problem for prolonged use. Even in the shorter term, having such a weight mounted on the head will restrict freedom of
doi:10.5772/50655 fatcat:iecf742lsnebtltiesf4a6w2xu