HMDS

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HMDSHead Mounted Displays (virtual reality)
HMDSHexamethyldisilazane (adhesive used in photo resist in VLSI process)
HMDSHelmet Mounted Display System
HMDSHusky Mounted Detection System
HMDSHospital Morbidity Data System (Department of Health; Western Australia, Australia)
HMDSHyperbolic Multi-Dimensional Scaling
HMDSHazardous Materials Data System
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2.7 Wearable Patches with Biosensors, Head Mounted Displays, and Smart Fabrics are Prominent Sensor Innovations
designs and manufactures semiconductors for the digital multimedia market, from portable devices such as smartphones, notebooks, and VR head mounted displays, to large, high-definition TVs and high-end graphics cards.
By wearing head mounted displays, audiences can see the 360-degree views of the film, while experiencing the wind, water, light, fog, scents of the film, as if they are literally "in" the fictional story.
is focused on the creation of wide field-of-view 3D Stereoscopic Head Mounted Displays and Heads Up Displays for Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality for multiple industries.
Currently, this can be done using head mounted displays such as Microsoft HoloLens, which can produce holographic renderings.
Qualcomm said that Snapdragon 821 "will help set a new bar for smartphones, tablets, mobile VR head mounted displays and other new devices." The company did not say which devices would be powered by the new 821, but it mentioned that consumers can expect commercial devices powered by the 821 in the second half of 2016.
"Various embodiments of the invention allow users to customize different viewing parameters of the head mounted displays to accommodate for variation in the individual users' eyes," Apple wrote.
They are seeking fresher experiences and applications in emerging categories, such as Head Mounted Displays (HMDs), Virtual Personal Assistant (VPA) speakers and wearables."