VUZIX iWear (reviewed by Julie in 2008) is designed to give you a large-screen video experience without all the equipment. Or real estate. This is an interesting concept to me not just because it is cool, but because my eye sight has deteriorated over the past 50 or so years and it’s getting harder to hold an iPhone beyond arms’ length to watch a movie comfortably. So there is actually a logical and practical application for these.
The company recently released the VUZIX Wrap 920 and will be releasing a new version, the VUZIX Wrap 920AR soon (March/April hmmm sounds like another release date for something kinda cool). The 920AR’s will have attached cameras to make you really dizzy.
-Compatible with iPod®, iPhone®, portable DVD players and virtually any portable video source
-Projects video from any source to a virtual 67-inch screen viewed from 9-feet
-Powered by two AA batteries that provide up to six hours of continuous use
-Weighs under 3 ounces, features removable noise-isolating earbuds and an adjustable nose bridge
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Previous devices such as these have had a problem with pixels being too large. It will be interesting to see if these have overcome that problem.
These video glasses I prefer for 3D instead of buying a USD 2000 3D TV set