The RETISSA Display smart glasses project clear images directly onto the retina so users can clearly see both the image and the background. The glasses are suitable for those with low vision and can be used for sports, live concerts, GPS navigation, and clear vision with free-focus. The compact lightweight optical system has a natural appearance like sunglasses or eyeglasses.
- Includes Visirium technology, which projects images onto the retina like a planetarium creates a starry sky. The light manipulation is a futuristic technology cultivated in laser development.
- It looks just like sunglasses or eyeglasses. Distinctively designed without any protrusions, it aims to be comfortable for anyone to wear.
- Assistance for those with low vision: It is aiming to improve the visual acuity of people with low vision due to disorders in the anterior parts of the eye, such as the lens or cornea. The goal is comprehensive support for challenged vision via retinal projection.
- Free Focus operation: This ultra-compact optical system projects light onto the retina to form a clear image almost regardless of the focus position or the condition of the user's cornea or lens.
- AR (augmented reality) experience: The original sight of the eyes and projected image overlap to create a new sci-fi inspired AR experience.
- Naturally augmented reality: The system projects an image onto the retina that overlaps what is seen with the eye to create naturally augmented reality. The image doesn't blur regardless of the point of focus.
- The latest prototype (Ver.9.5) consists of eyeglasses weighing only approx. 50g and a palm-sized controller weighing approx. 350g.
- Power consumption: 6W (with AC adaptor).
- Battery operating time: Approx. 100 mins.
- External dimensions: Eyewear 161x44x195mm.
- Control box: 80x31x160mm.
- Input: HDMI (mini).
- Horizontal field of view: Approx 25 degrees.
- Resolution: 1024x600 (WSVGA equivalent).
- Update rate: 60Hz.