Analogix Semiconductor, Inc. announced that its dedicated family of virtual reality(VR) and augmented reality(AR) display controllers, the SlimPort ANX753x, has been implemented in the recently launched tethered VR head mounted displays(HMD) such as the Microsoft Windows 10 Mixed Reality headsets.
With DisplayPort 1.4 input, 16-DSI lanes per device, and support for HDCP 2.2/1.4 high-bandwidth digital content protection, the ANX753x family of DisplayPort to Quad MIPI-DSI controllers drive the high resolutions required by today’s most performant VR HMDs at up to 120 frames per second(FPS).
They can be used in USB-C and non-USB-C applications and can manipulate a variety of video scan modes.
“We are working closely with VR headset makers as well as VR display panel manufacturers to ensure interoperability and provide high-performance turnkey solutions that are fully compliant to industry standards,” said Michael Ching, vice president of marketing for Analogix.
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“With a long experience in DisplayPort, our technology and product roadmap enable future generations of VR headsets to have the power and pixels of a true high-end VR experience.”
The ANX753x is part of a comprehensive suite of commercial VR products designed to address current and future needs of the entire VR data communication channel, enabling reliable and high-performance transmission of video, data, and power between the VR source and the HMD.
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