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Technology: Glyph personal theatre goggles

Images directly onto your retina

Video and audio technology company, Avegant, has been developing a new “personal theatre” gadget called Glyph – working in a similar way to the soon-to-be-released Google Glass. This technology supposedly mimics the way our eyes work in real life, resulting in a better quality image and a true-to-life viewing experience.

Glyph personal theatre goggles
Glyph personal theatre goggles

Designed to look like a pair of headphones, these things project HDMI video right onto your retina, creating sharp, vivid images unlike anything that has been done before. Combining a unique flip-down form factor and premium noise-cancelling audio.

Glyph personal theatre goggles
Glyph personal theatre goggles

The Glyph can work natively with any audio or video source (including Xbox, smartphones, Netflix, etc.) by an HDMI/HML cord, and Avegant ensures that users can get to whatever calm they wish from anywhere in a universe by a singular cable.


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