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Portable virtual 43" LCD screen with 921k colour pixels Cinema - £104.40 delivered from ebuyer.com

Never seen one like this before... looks really funky. Go through Quidco for 1.5% cashback.

Description: Anywhere you go, you can now enjoy watching a movie in a virtual 43” LCD screen with 921,600 colour pixels by just plugging the goggle to our wearable and Portable DVD Player. Its dynamic surround sound effect and clear images in high resolution, particularly when you use the goggle with eye-shade which blocks the sunshine and light completely, make you feel as if you are virtually sitting in a cinema house.

TPH-03 Portable Cinema is consisted of 3 parts, i.e.

TD-03----A small portable DVD player, with lithium ion rechargeable battery

TG-03----A goggle, if connected to TD-03, truly makes it possible for you to enjoy a movie on DVD in a virtual 43-in wide screen monitor as if you are sitting 7 feet away

Accessory Kit-----It contains an extra battery charger for TD-03, a car plug adapter, an earphone, an eye-shade, a waist belt, connecting cables, remote control handset and a traveling bag
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#1
another image :)

http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/R0105573-05.jpg
#2
that is really cool, nice find eddie. something new,
#3
Id like to have a go first just to see how you actually see 43" screen through the goggles, very clever !
#4
Argos used to sell the eye 'goggles' on their own for 300, tempted to try this just to see what they're like.

John
#5
I thought of this idea about 6 years ago (beleive me). mmmh ... had I did something I'd be an inventor now :p
#6
It was over six years ago Argos had this in - it worked with a Panasonic portable DVD player which I bought from Dixonsa t the bargain price of 250 pounds (cheapest elsewhere was 280 pounds). It's crazy these days you can buy a portable dvd player with screen and battery for well under a hundred pounds.

John
#7
[COLOR="Red"]The 921600 pixels quoted are divided between Red, Green and Blue. Therefore:

921600 / 3 = 307200 actual pixels.

This equates to 640 x 480 pixels - standard VGA.

Im not commenting on the actual picture quality, as 640x480 is fine for a standard PAL625 video signal. But, it isn't going to do high defn :)
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This was a customer review that was left for this product.
#8
It would be really fun watching the 43" screen through the goggles.
I feel like buying one but I think £104 is a lot for a specialised goggle.
#9
abacus

Er.. Isn't standard PAL is 720x576?
#10
Are these not bad for your eyes? I was always told by me mum that if I sat too close to the telly I would get square eyes! DO these not put a loada strain on the eyes? Anyone who can comment?
#11
taken from the manufacturers website

Product Name: Portable Cinema
Model No.: TPH03
Price: HKD 3990.00
Description: -Techwood TPH-03 Private Mobile Cinema truly makes it possible for you to enjoy viewing a movie on DVD disc in a virtual 43 inch wide LCD screen monitor (640 x 480), no matter where you are and whenever it is.

-By wearing the eye-shade, which is smartly designed and shaped in such a way that it envelopes the entire face around your eyes, you feel as if you are watching a movie in a dark cinema house.

-It is very user-friendly. Simply plugging the magic goggle with our Portable DVD Player by one coaxial cable, you can enjoy a movie while riding on a plane or a train or an automobile.


Features and Technical Data:
* NTSC/PAL compatible
* AC/DC power adaptor
* Rechargeable lithium ion battery
* Power consumption - 6 watts
* Battery life - over 3 hours
* Full function remote control
* Built-in antishock device
* Hifi stereo earphone
* Can be connected to a regular
TV/DVD-R/DVD-RW
* Weight : Main unit - 369 g
Battery pack - 210 g
* Dimension :
(L) 158 x (W) 155 x (H) 27 mm
with battery pack
(L) 199 x (W) 155 x (H) 27 mm
without battery pack

Accessories:
*Eye-shade
*Earphone
*24 Pin AV cable
*Car Plug adaptor
*AC/DC adaptor
*Remote control
*Extra battery charger
*Waist-belt
*Traveling bag
#12
I purchased a pair of these (different make) from florida a few years ago.

They are okay for the first few minutes but they seem to give you eye strain after a few minutes (like looking in a kaleidoscope). It was not only me that felt the strain but others who tried them out too.
#13
edi
another image :)

http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/R0105573-05.jpg

Any guesses as to what the lady in the picture is watching?
#14
abacus
[COLOR=Red]The 921600 pixels quoted are divided between Red, Green and Blue. Therefore:

921600 / 3 = 307200 actual pixels.

This equates to 640 x 480 pixels - standard VGA.

Im not commenting on the actual picture quality, as 640x480 is fine for a standard PAL625 video signal. But, it isn't going to do high defn :)
[/COLOR]

This was a customer review that was left for this product.


In imaging two green pixels are used, so it would be divide by four.
#15
kopite4eva
Any guesses as to what the lady in the picture is watching?

"Teletubbies" or the alternative version of "Saving Private Ryan!"

:shock: :giggle:
#16
i used something similar at my dentist a few weeks ago...when i was getting my tooth whitened. It seemed quite cool!!

However not sure if i would wanna watch a 2 hour film on it again as it can be tireing!!!
#17
Nomak

Wadda ya mean?

In LCD displays each cell is made up of 3 RGB sub-cells.

I don't understand your reference to 2 green pixels...
#18
gary_rip
"Teletubbies" or the alternative version of "Saving Private Ryan!"

:shock: :giggle:


Shaving Ryan's Privates
#19
well it does say brings fantasy to reality in the add lol
#20
wow, if i was 10 i'd love these,
#21
effing & jeffing
wow, if i was 10 i'd love these,


Where would u go for cash at 10 :roll:
#22
so whats he watching in the end then ?
#23
c00li0
Shaving Ryan's Privates


Haha... i didnt mean that - i ment like a subtitled version or something! :whistling:
#24
stop watching that goggle box
#25
ANyone know if they can be plugged into other things such as ipod videos/PSP's etc....??
#26
That lady is watching the footy! :OD
#27
I don't think there has been a decent pair of these things released that havent caused some kind of problem for the user (eye strain, headache's etc.).
#28
43 inches ???


That would be a downgrade fom my 50" hd tele !!!
#29
This is an amazing concept, but probably not so good for the eyes!!!:geek: :thinking: :geek:

What do you do when your mates are round??!! The film would be pretty boring for them:giggle: :p :giggle:
#30
Price change!

£221.54
£260.31 inc VAT
#31
Won't be as good as my 40 inch LCD Samsung coming saturday..:giggle:
#32
[SIZE=2]I bought a pair made by olympus a few years ago. they were ok.[/SIZE]
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[SIZE=2]My mate had a smoke with some funny suff in the cig.[/SIZE]
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[SIZE=2]Put them on and he swore he was in the movie . was a xxx movie . :-D [/SIZE]
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It did give me sore eyes after 30mins. It does say how long you are supposed to wear them , i think it was 1h at a time.
#33
paulkerr
[SIZE=2]I bought a pair made by olympus a few years ago. they were ok.[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2][/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]My mate had a smoke with some funny suff in the cig.[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2][/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]Put them on and he swore he was in the movie . was a xxx movie . :-D [/SIZE]
[SIZE=2][/SIZE]
It did give me sore eyes after 30mins. It does say how long you are supposed to wear them , i think it was 1h at a time.


Well they do say it makes you go blind ! :thumbsup:
banned#34
wish these were still avaiable ;)

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