So much joy. Fortunately, technological advances have made it easier than ever to isolate ourselves on those long-haul flights; to send the rest of the world packing while we watch our favourite flicks on phones, tablets, laptops or seatback monitors, empowered by noise-reduction headphones, a few stiff drinks, and perhaps even some pharmacology aids.
Now you can take that blissful isolation to the next level with the Royole Moon, a new 3D virtual mobile theatre that just won acclaim at the CES 2017 Innovation Awards. Combining a full HD 1080p AMOLED display that simulates a giant 800-inch curved screen, with stereoscopic 3D, and active noise cancelling headphones, the Moon ensures a movie or gaming experience like no other. A patented foldable design, ultra-soft headphone covers, 32GB of internal storage, and a battery-life of five hours, makes this innovative headset the ultimate travel companion, while advanced optics even allow eyeglass wearers to watch without their corrective lenses. Moon is capable of sourcing movies from smartphones, set-top boxes, gaming consoles, and PCs, as well as accessing content from nearly any internet-based service, including Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube, while 2D/3D format auto-detection ensures users experience content the way it was designed to be enjoyed.
Leaving you to enjoy the journey as much as the destination.