Separate from virtual reality, AR lets you see the world around you but adds new layers of information. I worked on the creation of military grade glasses, optical assemblies, and a finger worn interface navigation device.

ODG - Augmented Reality Glasses

ODG is the leader in augmented reality (AR) hardware.

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 Separate from virtual reality, AR lets you see the world around you but adds new layers of information. I worked on the creation of military grade glasses, optical assemblies, and a finger worn interface navigation device.

Separate from virtual reality, AR lets you see the world around you but adds new layers of information. I worked on the creation of military grade glasses, optical assemblies, and a finger worn interface navigation device.

 Currently AR glasses are mainly used in industrial and medical applications as the technology hasn’t been miniaturized enough for daily consumption.

Currently AR glasses are mainly used in industrial and medical applications as the technology hasn’t been miniaturized enough for daily consumption.

 The finger mounted controller I designed has an array of buttons, as well as a tiny optical track pad allowing users to control on screen features discreetly with just their thumb and forefinger.

The finger mounted controller I designed has an array of buttons, as well as a tiny optical track pad allowing users to control on screen features discreetly with just their thumb and forefinger.

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 This Liquid Crystal Optical System (LCOS) was designed and built in 2 weeks. Working with the lead optical engineer we created a system that was adjustable to compensate for different interpupilary distances and simulated a 720p 32in display viewed from a 4 foot distance for the wearer.  This tiny display allowed us to raise enough funding to continue development.

This Liquid Crystal Optical System (LCOS) was designed and built in 2 weeks. Working with the lead optical engineer we created a system that was adjustable to compensate for different interpupilary distances and simulated a 720p 32in display viewed from a 4 foot distance for the wearer. This tiny display allowed us to raise enough funding to continue development.