Tiled displays use a microdisplay array, coupled with a patented optical design that combines the individual displays into one large nearly-seamless wrap-around image. Each display has a different orientation, forming a concave arrangement that wraps around the eye, and projecting a different perspective of the scene to be viewed. The net result is a true feeling of 3D immersion.
The original Sensics tiled display, made about a decade ago, offered 8 million pixels per eye and a panoramic field of view of over 150 degrees, truly amazing specifications even by today’s standards. Sensics offered tiled displays for many years, but have since replaced them with newer designs such as the dual 1080p dSight