Wednesday, 30.7.2014

Moverio BT-100 A/V Glasses Movie theater on your face

[24/04/12] 

The Epson Moverio BT-100 is a battery-powered movie theatre headset that's marginally less ugly than a pair of glaucoma sunglasses. Fortunately, it more than makes up for its design by providing the type of 3D-capable 80" screen you dream of having after taking your glaucoma "medicine".

The US$600 glasses are controlled via an Android-based remote with an interactive trackpad and it can do pretty much anything:

• Special see-through imaging tech allowing you to watch flicks while "experiencing the real world", though you may not want to, given that everyone is staring at you and your huge glasses.
• Holds up to 1GB of Android-based games and apps.
• Connects to WiFi for checking email, browsing the web, reading e-books, watching YouTube/Vimeo, and streaming content from even the most elaborate Flash-enabled sites, so... p*rn!
• Runs 6hrs on a full charge -- if you're watching p*rn for any longer, it may be time to get help.
• Pumps out Dolby Mobile surround sound through detachable custom earbuds.
• Supports microSDHC cards for up to 32GB memory, something you probably erased trying to repeatedly cure your "glaucoma".

Can’t say more awesome than that.

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