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CES: Sony's 3D visor - a hit, or garish headgear?
January 7, 2011 | Chris Payatagool
By Peter Nowak via New Scientist
Of all the companies pushing 3D, none is more heavily invested than Sony. After all, the company doesn't just make the stuff that shows it - televisions, Blu-ray players and video game consoles - it also actually makes the stuff that's shown, through its television and movie arms. Sony is thus alone in purveying 3D on all levels: production, distribution and display.
Understandably, 3D dominated the company's press conference on Wednesday at the Consumer Electronics Show. As well as the usual televisions and Blu-ray players, Sony is putting the technology into virtually all of its new products, including laptops, camcorders and even Bloggie mini-cameras.
But Sony and its rivals have acknowledged that the current generation of 3D is only a stop-gap until the technology everyone really wants - 3D without the glasses - finally arrives.
With that in mind, the company also showed off a prototype visor that allows the wearer to watch 3D content without glasses, and in total privacy to boot. The visor, which looks like something Cyclops from the X-Men would wear, fits onto the viewer's head and features a set of headphones for sound.
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