JVC Pseudo 3D Glasses Don't Cause Headaches, Still Look Dorky

Digital tech has reinvigorated the 3D dream since the cardboard glasses and headaches of yesteryear. JVC showed off a nifty prototype TV at CEATEC outside Tokyo that converts high-def 2D video into what it calls "pseudo 3D" in real time. With the eyewear on, it takes a few moments for your brain to adjust, and then… » 10/01/08 11:30pm 10/01/08 11:30pm

MyVu Crystal & Shades Pay Homage To Sci-Fi Vision

Sci-Fi eyewear lovers are finally getting more options when shopping for new shades with MyVu's release of two new models, Shades and Crystal. Both models are geared toward watching video on the go, with what MyVu describes as "glance-down technology with true situational awareness." With this "glance-down tech" these… » 1/08/08 6:09pm 1/08/08 6:09pm

Qingbar GP300, World's First Wireless Video Glasses

Video glasses have had a hard time catching on, but maybe it's because of all the wires involved. Then along comes the Qingbar GP300, billed as the world's first wireless video glasses with a built-in media player. Right out of the gate, you can pack plenty of DivX videos onto a mini SD card, great for video pirates… » 11/26/07 9:27am 11/26/07 9:27am

Teleglass T4-N Video Glasses Designed with Normal People in Mind

If you are looking for a wearable monitor but don't want to look like a myopic cyborg (those of you who already do, please accept my deepest sympathies) then you could do worse than Teleglass's limited edition T4-N video glasses. Its titanium frames were designed by spectacle designer Kazuo Kawasaki and the rig, which… » 10/05/07 7:04am 10/05/07 7:04am

MyVu iPod Video Glasses Review (Verdict: Look Like Geordi From Star Trek)

So I'm going to start off by telling you what the MyVu is not. It is not a television replacement, hell it's not even a laptop replacement for watching videos. But beyond that the MyVu does have some great niche uses, if you're comfortable with wearing a pair of goggles that beam images directly into your brain. Make… » 12/20/06 7:10pm 12/20/06 7:10pm

Thanko VIGLBL01 Video Glasses: 37-inch Screen In Your Face

We've already established that Japan's Thanko likes to make some wonky gadgets, so let today be no different. The VIGLBL01 Head Mounted Display plugs into any of your many video sources and displays the image on the tiny screens inside the unit. While you're actually looking at two small screens, the unit plays tricks… » 11/30/06 8:30am 11/30/06 8:30am