Huawei’s new patent reveals VR display technology for head-mounted devices

On April 28, 2017, Huawei registered a patent for head-mounted display content capture and sharing. This technology was approved in China under the publication number CN109076165B in February 2021.

This patent document describes a goggles for virtual reality, which includes a goggles-shaped body with a plurality of cameras mounted thereon. The display is supported by the goggle-shaped main body, extends between the sides of the goggle-shaped main body, and includes a plurality of cameras.

The circuit receives video by connecting multiple cameras, where the video includes a synthetic field of view around the goggles, and the circuit sends the received video to the network processing service and receives from the wireless communication device by connecting to the wireless communication device.

The network processing service receives the stereoscopic 3D virtual reality video, and the circuit also provides the received spliced stereoscopic 3D virtual reality video for display through further connection.

For those who do not know about VR headsets, this is a head-mounted device that provides virtual reality to the wearer. Virtual reality (VR) headsets are widely used in video games, but are also used in other applications, including simulators and trainers.


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