ICUITI DV920 Video Glasses Shipping - Work With IPod Video

Posted: Jan 17 2006, 2:59am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:02pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices


ICUITI DV920 Video Glasses Shipping - Work with iPod Video
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The iPod Video is seen as the market enabler for Video Glasses. We reported already about the myvu glasses from MicroOptical that have been introduced at MacWorld.

ICUITI sent us a hot gadget model photo (Vendors, This helps to get published on I4U NEWS) showing off their DV920 video glasses. The interesting aspect is that ICUITI is actually shipping their video glasses, which also support the iPod video. The myvu glasses have no pricing and shipping date for the US yet. They are though already shipping in Europe as cellphone accessory.

The DV920 sell for $549 at the ICUITI store.
ICUITI actually has introduced their video glasses already in 2004 in Japan. We reported about it.
We also caught up with ICUITI at the CES 2006, see this video report.
The ICUITI DV920 features two 920,000 pixel micro-LCD screens with 640 by 480px resolution each. These glasses support 2D and 3D stereoscopic viewing. The FOV is 26 degrees.
The DV920 Video Eyewear generates a virtual 42" screen. With 2 AA batteries the glasses operate for 2.5 to 4.5 hours. The glasses weigh 3.5 oz. The controller, which holds the batteries weighs 3.8 oz including batteries.
More details on the ICUIT DV920 product page and the DV920 iPod page.

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