After thousands of sci-fi movies have already exploited the idea, the possibility of immersive 3D films and gaming is finally upon us in the real world. Manufacturer Headplay claims to have created the world’s first portable cinema capable of rendering both 2D and 3D content through a head-mounted visor. Headplay_3D_kit The …
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A product so great they sell it using a nice blonde...
I want one
Well i don't care about it being 3d but I'd love to get a pair of HD => 720p video goggles if anyones seen any let me know!
800x600 x 2
Don't forget, it's probably 800x600 per screen, one for each eye. Therefore the combined resolution will be greater, not to mention it's in 3D and this will smooth the pixelation.
They have found a solution for enabling the watching of porn on the train :-)
Could they not feasibly write "mug me" across the front of the visor (cheap baseball bat type thing).
$500?!? I can get a really nice brand-new Dell 25-inch LCD XVGA panel for that kind of money.
the lady gives a new meaning to "heads up display" :)
Dell 25-inch LCD XVGA panel has NOTHING on these things! Would I rather have a 3d screen that is huge or some puny high def panel? Hmmm??
By the way you can get 2 - 22" hans-g widescreens for $200 a pop at newegg now. Thats 400 for dual 22" WS panels!
I thought that these devices were dead a long time ago...
Quite a few major companies, at least 5 years ago, wanted to release similar products, but simulating a theater screen rather than 3D vision.
The thing is, they found out that it caused vision trouble with time, and we didn't hear anything about those head-mounted screens since then until now.
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