NEW PRODUCT – NTSC/PAL (Television) Video Glasses – You are from the future with these futuristic video glasses. Or at least, an 80’s version of the future. Wearing these turns your vision into what appears to be a 52″ television a few feet away. These are basic video glasses, they do work well, taking standard NTSC/PAL video in and projecting a 320×240 display onto your eyeballs. They’re not terribly comfortable for long term use as they’re a bit heavy, but we think these would be best used for hacking and modification of the the micro display/optics inside.
Comes with video glasses, AV adapter, charger and some removable headphones. Not good for people who require corrective glasses! Best for use by people with contact lenses or good vision. We tested it with a Raspberry Pi and it works great!
- Dimensions: 142mm / 5.5″ wide x 42mm / 1.6″ high
- Glasses Weight: 74.65g
|Display||full-color LCD micro-display|
|Virtual Screen||52″ 4:3 large screen (at 2 meters distance)|
|Optical visible Angle||26 degree angle|
|Battery||Built-in LiPoly battery, 3.7V 800mah|
|Maximum Power||500 mW|
|Battery Duration||4-5 hours|
|Audio Sample rate||8KHz/16KHz|
|Video format||NTSC / PAL / SECAM automatic selection|
|Earbuds||double-channel stereo ear buds|
|Frequency response||20Hz to 20KHz|
|Working temperature||-5ºC to 40ºC|
|Viewing angle||controllable degree is -15 degrees to 15 degrees|
|Weight||60g (not including earphones)|
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