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Systems, devices, and methods for splitter optics in wearable heads-up displays

Systems, devices, and methods for optical splitters are described. An optical splitter includes a transparent polygonal structure having an input side to receive light from a light source and an output side that is segmented into multiple facets. Each facet is engineered to provide a respective planar surface that is... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods for proximity-based eye tracking

Systems, devices, and methods for proximity-based eye tracking are described. A proximity sensor positioned near the eye monitors the distance to the eye, which varies depending on the position of the corneal bulge. The corneal bulge protrudes outward from the surface of the eye and so, all other things being... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods for proximity-based eye tracking

Systems, devices, and methods for proximity-based eye tracking are described. A proximity sensor positioned near the eye monitors the distance to the eye, which varies depending on the position of the corneal bulge. The corneal bulge protrudes outward from the surface of the eye and so, all other things being... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods for mitigating false positives in human-electronics interfaces

Systems, devices, and methods for mitigating false-positives in human-electronics interfaces are described. A human-electronics interface includes a first interface device that is responsive to inputs of a first form from a user and a second interface device that is responsive to inputs of a second form from the user. The... Thalmic Labs Inc

Image capture systems, devices, and methods that autofocus based on eye-tracking

Image capture systems, devices, and methods that automatically focus on objects in the user's field of view based on where the user is looking/gazing are described. The image capture system includes an eye tracker subsystem in communication with an autofocus camera to facilitate effortless and precise focusing of the autofocus... Thalmic Labs Inc

Image capture systems, devices, and methods that autofocus based on eye-tracking

Image capture systems, devices, and methods that automatically focus on objects in the user's field of view based on where the user is looking/gazing are described. The image capture system includes an eye tracker subsystem in communication with an autofocus camera to facilitate effortless and precise focusing of the autofocus... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods for curved holographic optical elements

Systems, devices, and methods for making, replicating, and using curved holographic optical elements (“HOEs”) are described. A hologram may be optically recorded into a planar layer of holographic film with various measures in place to compensate for changes (e.g., in optical power and/or playback wavelength and/or angular bandwidth) that may... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods for mitigating false positives in human-electronics interfaces

Systems, devices, and methods for mitigating false-positives in human-electronics interfaces are described. A human-electronics interface includes a first interface device that is responsive to inputs of a first form from a user and a second interface device that is responsive to inputs of a second form from the user. The... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods for mitigating false positives in human-electronics interfaces

Systems, devices, and methods for mitigating false-positives in human-electronics interfaces are described. A human-electronics interface includes a first interface device that is responsive to inputs of a first form from a user and a second interface device that is responsive to inputs of a second form from the user. The... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods for curved holographic optical elements

Systems, devices, and methods for making, replicating, and using curved holographic optical elements (“HOEs”) are described. A hologram may be optically recorded into a planar layer of holographic film with various measures in place to compensate for changes (e.g., in optical power and/or playback wavelength and/or angular bandwidth) that may... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods for curved holographic optical elements

Systems, devices, and methods for making, replicating, and using curved holographic optical elements (“HOEs”) are described. A hologram may be optically recorded into a planar layer of holographic film with various measures in place to compensate for changes (e.g., in optical power and/or playback wavelength and/or angular bandwidth) that may... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods for curved holographic optical elements

Systems, devices, and methods for making, replicating, and using curved holographic optical elements (“HOEs”) are described. A hologram may be optically recorded into a planar layer of holographic film with various measures in place to compensate for changes (e.g., in optical power and/or playback wavelength and/or angular bandwidth) that may... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods for wearable heads-up displays as wireless controllers

Systems, devices, and methods that operate a wearable heads-up display (“WHUD”) as a remote controller to wirelessly control at least one other electronic device are described. The WHUD displays a visual control interface including a set of user-selectable icons that each correspond to a respective function for the electronic device... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, articles, and methods for electromyography sensors

Systems, articles, and methods for surface electromyography (“EMG”) sensors that combine elements from traditional capacitive and resistive EMG sensors are described. For example, capacitive EMG sensors that are adapted to resistively couple to a user's skin are described. Resistive coupling between a sensor electrode and the user's skin is galvanically... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods that integrate eye tracking and scanning laser projection in wearable heads-up displays

Systems, devices, and methods that integrate eye tracking capability into scanning laser projector (“SLP”)-based wearable heads-up displays are described. An infrared laser diode is added to an RGB SLP and an infrared photodetector is aligned to detect reflections of the infrared light from features of the eye. A holographic optical... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods that integrate eye tracking and scanning laser projection in wearable heads-up displays

Systems, devices, and methods that integrate eye tracking capability into scanning laser projector (“SLP”)-based wearable heads-up displays are described. At least one narrow waveband laser diode is used in an SLP to define one or more portion(s) of a visible image. At least one corresponding narrow waveband photodetector is aligned... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods that integrate eye tracking and scanning laser projection in wearable heads-up displays

Systems, devices, and methods that integrate eye tracking capability into scanning laser projector (“SLP”)-based wearable heads-up displays are described. At least one narrow waveband laser diode is used in an SLP to define one or more portion(s) of a visible image. At least one corresponding narrow waveband photodetector is aligned... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, articles, and methods for capacitive electromyography sensors

Systems, articles, and methods for improved capacitive electromyography (“EMG”) sensors are described. The improved capacitive EMG sensors include one or more sensor electrode(s) that is/are coated with a protective barrier formed of a material that has a relative permittivity εr of about 10 or more. The protective barrier shields the... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods for interacting with content displayed on head-mounted displays

Systems, devices, and methods that enable sophisticated and inconspicuous interactions with content displayed on a head-mounted display are described. A head-mounted display includes an eye-tracker and the user also carries/wears a wireless portable interface device elsewhere on their body, such as a ring. The wireless nature of the portable interface... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, articles, and methods for integrating holographic optical elements with eyeglass lenses

Systems, articles, and methods that integrate photopolymer film with eyeglass lenses are described. One or more hologram(s) may be recorded into/onto the photopolymer film to enable the lens to be used as a transparent holographic combiner in a wearable heads-up display employing an image source, such as a microdisplay or... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, articles, and methods for integrating holographic optical elements with eyeglass lenses

Systems, articles, and methods that integrate photopolymer film with eyeglass lenses are described. One or more hologram(s) may be recorded into/onto the photopolymer film to enable the lens to be used as a transparent holographic combiner in a wearable heads-up display employing an image source, such as a microdisplay or... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods for variable luminance in wearable heads-up displays

Systems, devices, and methods for laser projectors with variable luminance that are well-suited for use in a wearable heads-up display (“WHUD”) are described. Such laser projectors include a laser light source(s) and a scan mirror(s) to generate an image in the field of view of a user, and a liquid... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, articles, and methods for integrating holographic optical elements with eyeglass lenses

Systems, articles, and methods that integrate photopolymer film with eyeglass lenses are described. One or more hologram(s) may be recorded into/onto the photopolymer film to enable the lens to be used as a transparent holographic combiner in a wearable heads-up display employing an image source, such as a microdisplay or... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods effected in response to establishing and/or terminating a physical communications link

Systems, devices, and methods that are effected in or by an electronic device in response to establishing and/or terminating a physical communications link are described. An electronic device may be entered into deep sleep and may include a power control circuit that activates the device out of deep sleep in... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods for laser projectors

Laser safety systems, devices, and methods for use in laser projectors are described. A laser projector includes any number of laser diodes that each emit laser light, a shared laser diode power source, a photodetector to detect a power/intensity of a portion of the laser light, a beam splitter to... Thalmic Labs Inc

Image capture systems, devices, and methods that autofocus based on eye-tracking

Image capture systems, devices, and methods that automatically focus on objects in the user's field of view based on where the user is looking/gazing are described. The image capture system includes an eye tracker subsystem in communication with an autofocus camera to facilitate effortless and precise focusing of the autofocus... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods for wearable heads-up displays

Systems, devices, and methods for transparent displays that are well-suited for use in wearable heads-up displays are described. Such transparent displays include a light source that sequentially generates pixels or other discrete portions of an image. Respective modulated light signals corresponding to the respective pixels/portions are sequentially directed towards at... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods for wearable heads-up displays

Systems, devices, and methods for transparent displays that are well-suited for use in wearable heads-up displays are described. Such transparent displays include a light source that sequentially generates pixels or other discrete portions of an image. Respective modulated light signals corresponding to the respective pixels/portions are sequentially directed towards at... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods for focusing laser projectors

Systems, devices, and methods for focusing laser projectors are described. A laser projector includes N≧1 laser diodes, each of which emits laser light having a divergence. Each laser diode is paired with a respective primary or collimation lens to at least reduce a divergence of the laser light that the... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods for preventing eyebox degradation in a wearable heads-up display

Systems, devices, and methods for preventing eyebox degradation in wearable heads-up displays (“WHUDs”) are described. A WHUD may provide an eyebox defined by multiple spatially-separated exit pupils, where the size of the eyebox is influenced by the spacing between the exit pupils. A larger eyebox is achieved with larger spacing... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods for curved holographic optical elements

Systems, devices, and methods for making, replicating, and using curved holographic optical elements (“HOEs”) are described. A hologram may be optically recorded into a planar layer of holographic film with various measures in place to compensate for changes (e.g., in optical power and/or playback wavelength and/or angular bandwidth) that may... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods for spatially-multiplexed holographic optical elements

Systems, devices, and methods for spatial multiplexing in holographic optical elements (“HOEs”) are described. A spatially-multiplexed HOE includes multiple spatially-separated holographic regions and each spatially-separated region applies a respective optical function to light that is incident thereon. An exemplary application as a spatially-multiplexed holographic combiner (“SMHC”) in a scanning laser-based... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods for proximity-based eye tracking

Systems, devices, and methods for proximity-based eye tracking are described. A proximity sensor positioned near the eye monitors the distance to the eye, which varies depending on the position of the corneal bulge. The corneal bulge protrudes outward from the surface of the eye and so, all other things being... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods for wearable heads-up displays as wireless controllers

Systems, devices, and methods that operate a wearable heads-up display (“WHUD”) as a remote controller to wirelessly control at least one other electronic device are described. The WHUD displays a visual control interface including a set of user-selectable icons that each correspond to a respective function for the electronic device... Thalmic Labs Inc

Systems, devices, and methods for laser eye tracking

Systems, devices, and methods for laser eye tracking are described. Laser eye tracking involves scanning laser light over the eye and detecting diffuse reflections of the laser light with one or more photodetector(s). While conventional camera-based eye tracking techniques rely on detecting and identifying specific reflections (i.e., Purkinje images such... Thalmic Labs Inc

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Systems, devices, and methods for interacting with content displayed on head-mounted displays

Systems, devices, and methods that enable sophisticated and inconspicuous interactions with content displayed on a head-mounted display are described. A head-mounted display includes an eye-tracker and the user also carries/wears a wireless portable interface device elsewhere on their body, such as a ring. The wireless nature of the portable interface... Thalmic Labs Inc

03/09/17 / #20170068095

Systems, articles, and methods for integrating holographic optical elements with eyeglass lenses

Systems, articles, and methods that integrate photopolymer film with eyeglass lenses are described. One or more hologram(s) may be recorded into/onto the photopolymer film to enable the lens to be used as a transparent holographic combiner in a wearable heads-up display employing an image source, such as a microdisplay or... Thalmic Labs Inc








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