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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.

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.

iWear VR920 – It’s like a 62-inch TV on your head

iWear VR920 – It’s like a 62-inch TV on your head

I'll admit that I'm a skeptic when it comes to any technology that boasts real 3D viewing and/or virtual reality. We've been promised these sorts of things for a long time, and no one has been able to truly deliver. Which brings me to Vuzix's new iWear VR920, they've made some big promises, but can it deliver?

Vuzix AV310 & AV230XL video headsets launch in Europe

Vuzix AV310 & AV230XL video headsets launch in Europe

Vuzix have announced availability of the AV310 Widescreen Video Headset in Europe, together with the new AV230XL which uses OLED displays for brighter, better contrast images despite requiring less power.   The AV310, which was launched in the US in September, produces a 16:9 image equivalent to watching a 52-inch screen, and is 3D capable; the AV230XL, meanwhile, is equivalent to watching a 44-inch screen from nine feet away.  Both are compatible with the iPhone and iPod, as well as other portable electronics such as DVD players, smartphones and PMPs.

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