Icuiti introduced the VR920 gamervideo glasses back a the CES 2007. We met up with the CEO of Icuiti at the GDC 2007 conference.
The Icuiti VR920 features two 640x480 VGA progressive scan LCDs with a 32 degree field of view. To make these videoglasses usable for online 3D games, the VR920 has a built-in microphone and 3 degree of freedom head tracker.
3D stereo viewing is also supported by these glasses. target="_blank">Watch the video interview to learn more.
The iCuiti VR920 are available for pre-order right now. The price $399.95 and the VR920 is supposed to ship next month. Currently about 13 games are supported. iCuiti hopes to get more traction with game developers to have more drivers available in the future.
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