CES 2007 Interview: TDVision TDVisor Finally The 3D HMD Consumer Solution

Posted: Jan 7 2007, 3:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:42am CDT, in News | CES

 
CES 2007 Interview: TDVision TDVisor finally the 3D HMD Consumer Solution
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Nikki Inderlied interviews the CTO of TDVision about their push into the consumer market with the TDVisor and other 3D technologies.

The TDVisor has two displays with each 720p resolution that generate a 72 inch virtual display seen from 10 feet away.
TDVision made the TDVisor adjustable. The distance between the optics can be changed and the optics can be adjusted to correct your eyesight (to be able to wear the HMD without glasses).
An important aspect of the TDVisor is that it is supposed to not be straining your eyes. Conventional 3D HMDs have a lot of distortion and people get tired. The TDVisor has supposedly solved this.

Apparently the TDVisor should hit the market this year for around $500.

See the video interview from the CES unveiled event now. Nikki says the TDVisor is revolutionizing video games. We actually have also done a video report last year about TDVision. See also the TDVision site.

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