New EyeTop Video Glasses

Posted: May 16 2003, 9:58am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:49pm CDT , in Portable Devices


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New EyeTop Video Glasses

Eyetop™ is a fashion eyewear, integrating a display screen to view multimedia content on the move.

The Eyetop Glasses features a standard RCA input and automatic NTSC/PAL International signal recognition to connect any AV device: DVD player, Video Cameras, etc.
The head mounted Display (HMD) features a single LCD display in one side of the glasses. The AMLCD panel has 76,800 pixels with a resolution of QVGA 320x240 and 16bit colors.
The projected Image has a horizontal view angle of 12.8 degrees and 9.6 degrees vertical.
The glasses weigh 2.11 oz (60 g). The belt clip unit weighs 6.34 oz (180 g).

The Retail price of the Eyetop glasses is $699.99. If you pre-register a set, you get $50 off.

Our take:
Price is a bit steep. HMDs (the Olympus Eye Trek) by Olympus have been on the market for a while. Still did not see anybody, anywhere using them.
I am all for real stereo HMDs with high-resolution for the immersive 3D game effect. But there is no real progression in that direction since years.

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