Olympus' Eye Trek debuted at Comdex this week with the aim of enabling viewers to watch their movies in peace.
The offering, which weighs 3.8 ounces, comprises a visor with LCD screen and headphones that can link into a video, camcorder, DVD player or TV.
The lenses are only a little larger than regular eye glasses, provide a view that is equivalent to a 62 inch TV screen when looked at from a distance of just over six feet.
Eye Trek comes with four display settings - standard, wide, zoom, and cinema- but does not come cheap at $899. There was still a lot of interest in the Olympus stand from earlier adopters who want to be at the cutting edge of technology, however.
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