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Vuzix ships widescreen iWear AV310

Vuzix ships widescreen iWear AV310

Vuzix has today announced an immediate shipping of its Vuzix iWear, AV310, a personal video eyewear that’s virtually wielding a giant 52-inch large screen display over your head, from any video sources on-the-go. The new AV310 claims World’s first virtual reality eyewear with widescreen aspect ratio, and is a better-equipped unit compares to the AC230 XL we reviewed last month.

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Vuzix iWear AV230XL Video Headset: SlashGear Review

Vuzix iWear AV230XL Video Headset: SlashGear Review

Head-mounted displays are one of those great ideas that, in practice, few people actually go for.  Yes, having the effect of a full-sized TV with the bulk (and cost) of a set of chunky designer sunglasses is good in theory, but the look can put people off.  Vuzix sent us their OLED-toting iWear AV230XL headset, which promises the experience of watching a 44-inch screen from nine feet away.  Big-screen or big-letdown?  SlashGear set to finding out.

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Vuzix iWear AV310 Widescreen Video Headset

Vuzix iWear AV310 Widescreen Video Headset

Vuzix's iWear "personal video eyewear" has been around for some time, but the company has just announced its first ever widescreen 16:9 aspect video headset.  The iWear AV310 Widescreen gives wearers the impression of a 52-inch TV viewed from nine foot away, and is compatible with iPods, PMPs, video cameras, cellphones with video outputs, games consoles, digital cameras and DVD players.

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Vuzix iWear VR920 3D virtual reality gaming headset gets update

Vuzix iWear VR920 3D virtual reality gaming headset gets update

Vuzix's iWear VR920 has been around since the tail-end of last year, promising virtual reality for multiple games. Of course, software tends to move faster than hardware does, and while the iWear's compatibility list was pretty comprehensive back then, mid-way through 2008 and it's not looking so hot. Perhaps I'm a cynic but I'd half expect a manufacturer to selectively ignore their old product and instead concentrate on a fanfare for a new one; happily Vuzix have been in touch to point out they've added eleven new titles to the VR920's list.

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Unboxing – iWear VR920

Unboxing – iWear VR920

Remember that cool virtual reality gaming headset that I showed you guys last month? Well, as with any other product that promises me either virtual reality, flying cars or time travel, I tend to remain skeptical. However, a package just arrived on my doorstep that promises to give me the most realistic experience possible in a video game.

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Q-London 3D 80″ Video Eyewear review

Q-London 3D 80″ Video Eyewear review

Video glasses still haven't caught on quite as manufacturers might like them to have, but that hasn't stopped them from scaling up the specifications and the marketing hyperbole to try and tempt us in.  Latest to cross the SlashGear test bench are Q-London's 3D 80-inch Video Eyewear, billed as providing the same viewing experience as having an 80-inch TV two meters away.  Bold claims; read on to see whether the Q-London system delivered.

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