Glyph goggles: The mobile personal theatre

Glyph goggles: The mobile personal theatre

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With an interactive experience for its users, Avegant has presented 'Glyph' goggles, offering an easily accessible personal theatre

Video and audio technology company, Avegant, has been developing a new "personal theatre" gadget called Glyph – working in a similar way to the soon-to-be-released Google Glass.

Avegant's Glyph is a media-centric device, offering users an immersive experience thanks to its built-in technolgically advanced headphones.

The Glyph uses a 'Virtual Retinal Display' which project images directly onto your retina, creating sharp, vivid images unlike anything that has been done before. Combining a unique flip-down form factor and premium noise-cancelling audio, the portable headset is good for mobile or home use, ensuring its accessibilty attributes.

Glyph personal theatre goggles

The Glyph also uses a simple HDMI input to display anything in your content library from your iPhone to desktop, Mac or PC. Gamers will not be disappointed either, as it will be compatible with the Xbox One, smartphones and the Playstation 4.

Avegant Glyph is due to cost US$499, release date TBC

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