InvenSense Announces Virtual Reality Display Inertial Sensor

SAN JOSE, CA --- InvenSense, Inc. announces the ICM-20603, a 6-axis inertial sensor targeted for Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality/Head Mounted Display (AR/VR/HMD) applications. AR/VR/HMD and 3D audio headsets are primed for vast growth within the next few years (IHS reports 52% CAGR).

Consumers are showing great interest in highly immersive experiences with media and content targeted for gaming, movies, 3D music, shopping, education, professional training, and real-estate. The InvenSense ICM-20603’s performance delivers on that promise with best-in-class gyroscope stability vs. time and temperature, coupled with proprietary integrated technology for real time response and content synchronization. These proprietary technologies which allow faster refresh rates on video, and tighter alignment of head tracking motion with content, are essential to creating immersive experiences that avoid user discomforts such as eye stress, headache and nausea.

In addition, the ICM-20603 comes with a compatible 1KHz 9-axis sensor fusion library and software to create a platform for compelling new sensor-rich VR devices. The InvenSense 6-axis ICM-20603 samples are available now and in production.

For additional information and data sheets, visit http://www.invensense.com
 

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