Virtual reality headset

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Virtual reality headset

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create lightweight, reliable virtual reality headset designs that receive high-quality audio and video data from a main controller unit for playback into headphones paired with high resolution and high-refresh rate displays, creating an immersive user experience.

Design requirements:

Modern virtual reality headset designs often require:

  • Compact battery management with ultra-low standby for longer battery runtime.
  • Vibrant, high-contrast, high-refresh rate display with high-fidelity sound.
  • Ambient light sensing, haptics and LED drivers to enhance the user experience.

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