3 D Tv That's As Close As Your Specs

COMING SOON TO A LIVING room near you: 3-D glasses with built-in TV screens. Virtual I/O Inc., a Seattle startup, has designed a pair of "i-glasses!" that gives the wearer what amounts to a private video screening. It does this by shining images from two liquid-crystal displays--one for each eye. Virtual I/O uses special mirrors and lenses to remove such problems as curved or clipped-off images and color distortion. One version actually tracks movements of the head, for video games in which the scene you're viewing changes as you turn your head left or right. The tracker works by measuring how the glasses move with respect to the earth's magnetic field.

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