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Vuzix AV310 Widescreen £108.00 @ Orange

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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
Cheapest price I could find this at by using the current favourite voucher code: "bill20".

I know these things aren't popular with a lot of people, but I would like to point out that this model supports full colour stereoscopic 3-D is probably the cheapest way to access full colour stereoscopic 3-D at the moment.


--- Product Description ---

The unique, futuristic Vuzix AV310 Widescreen allows you to watch movies or play video games on your own private display. The lightweight AV310 features twin high-resolution widescreen LCD displays that enable you to view 2D or 3D movies on a screen equal to 52" viewed from 9 feet. The AV310 has an adjustable nosepiece and head strap so it is comfortable to wear for long periods of time, a single lithium AA battery provides 11 hours of 2D video play. The fantastic Vuzix AV310 includes on-screen display controls and removable earphones and is compatible with devices featuring a composite video-out socket. You can convert your tiny video display and enjoy a real widescreen movie experience with the exquisite AV310 wearable display.

- Features twin "high-resolution" 428 x 240 widescreen LCD displays.
- Displays 2D and 3D stereoscopic video.
- 16:9 widescreen and standard 4:3 screen formats.
- Equivalent to 52" screen viewed from 9 feet.
- Can be worn with or without eyeglasses.
- Independent +2 to -5 diopter focus adjustment.
- On-screen display controls.
- Displays 4hrs of 2D video with an alkaline battery or 11hrs with a single lithium AA battery.
- Removable earphones.
- The AccuTilt viewer pivots up to 15 degrees for optimum viewing angle and clarity.
- Adjustable, hypo-allergenic nosepiece.
- Adjustable head strap.
- Carry pouch.
- Weighs less than 4 ounces.
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#1
I'm sure its a cool gadget? but how can they can they call it high resolution when its about half the res of a DVD?
#2
any knoe if these are any good. I have seen loads of different versions of these but all have a very mixed bag of reviews. Any one had any furst hand experience and would like to share
#3
can anyone tell me whether people who wear glasses can use these?
#4
If you want to look like Geordi Laforge then get these
#5
gsloman
can anyone tell me whether people who wear glasses can use these?


Yes, it says:
- Can be worn with or without eyeglasses.

:)
#6
most innovative way to strain your eyes...optimal focal length of eyes at close range is 15 cm by placing the display so close it forces the pupil to dilate for long periods of time which puts immense strain on the eyes..That is why this tech did not catch very well...Just so you know the complications of using this device on the long run...
#7
was thinking of getting a pair for little un in back of car rather than having his DVD player on. Especially on night time as it gets distracting with the screen glaring on a dark night. What about motion sickness, I see point made about strain but strain added together with motion of car would probaly be a bad idea

I think i just answered my own question
#8
stefone
was thinking of getting a pair for little un in back of car rather than having his DVD player on. Especially on night time as it gets distracting with the screen glaring on a dark night. What about motion sickness, I see point made about strain but strain added together with motion of car would probaly be a bad idea

I think i just answered my own question


I was pretty sure there are supposed to be special optics to reduce eye strain. Whether or not they actually work is another question (_;)
#9
stefone
was thinking of getting a pair for little un in back of car rather than having his DVD player on. Especially on night time as it gets distracting with the screen glaring on a dark night. What about motion sickness, I see point made about strain but strain added together with motion of car would probaly be a bad idea

I think i just answered my own question


Well maybe you could install a small pullup curtain seperating the front seats and back ones with a small window like in the big cars that way you cannot be distracted and would work out much cheaper than these glasses on the long run as well

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