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Guide for Comfort Requirements for Extended Reality (XR) Devices

This standard provides general comfort requirements for XR devices. The standard specifies requirements for three use cases: industrial design, display, and interaction design of XR devices. The requirements of industrial design include tolerable ranges for equipment weight and size, operating temperature and humidity, center of gravity, inter-pupillary distance, and other physical structure design factors. The requirements for display quality focus on aspects of ergonomics requirements such as necessary and maximum brightness and luminance contrast, minimal refresh rate and number of pixels per degree, tolerable distortion and flicker, field of view, color uniformity and binoculars parallax. Requirements for the interaction design of XR devices involve response time fluency of the user interface and accuracy of pose data.

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CTS/SDSC - Smart Devices Standards Committee
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IEEE Consumer Technology Society
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CTS/SDSC - Smart Devices Standards Committee
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HFEITWG - Human Factors and Ergonomics of intelligent Terminal Working Group
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Soo Kim
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Yunhong Zhang

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