Vuzix unveils Wrap 1200 Video Eyewear which boasts a virtual 75inch screen

vuzix-wrap-1200-video-glasses-0.jpgVuzix is back with the latest version of its high-tech headgear.The new Wrap 1200 Video Eyewear connects to portable devices like phones to deliver a virtual 75″ 16:9 widescreen display for 2D and 3D content which the maker claims is the largest ever for a device like this.

It works with video as well as gaming content and is compatible with the iPod Touch, iPod Nano, and all mobile phones with video out (iPhone, Android, Nokia, etc.)

Users can also adjust the headset to find the optimum comfort and viewing angle as well as position the displays to match the wearer’s IPD (Interpupillary Distance or eye separation) allowing for optimum placement in front of each eye.

Other features include on-screen display controls (brightness, contrast, hue and colour saturation), independent left and right eye focal adjustment and both component and composite video connections for higher level video quality and compatibility with devices including, game consoles, media players, phones, DVD players and tablets.

The Wrap 1200 is also wearable over most prescription glasses, features an adjustable hypoallergenic nosepiece and detachable premium quality noise-isolating stereo earphones and is powered by two AA batteries these provide up to three hours of video playback. Alternatively users can purchase a rechargeable Wrap PowerPak+ for added battery life.

The headset is on sale now for £399.99/ €449.99

Ashley Norris

4 comments

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  • “… to deliver a virtual 75″ 16:9 widescreen display for 2D and 3D content…” are these 3D glasses? I didn’t encounter such a product before and it seems very interesting! I assume the 2 displays receive signals from 2 different inputs, so is it a superior viewing quality over standard 3D kits?

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