AV Video Glasses with 36 Inch Virtual Display

Bring the action closer and experience video games and movies like never before – on a 36 inch virtual display right in front of your eyes!
These video glasses produce a 36 inch virtual cinema screen that will make you feel as if you are actually sitting in a real movie theater.
When playing on your Xbox360, PS3, or Wii, watch your game characters come to life and be able to see every pixel in every game.
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These video glasses work with all AV devices and setup is as simple as 1 2 3. Just use the included AV cables and connect it to your Xbox360, PS3, Wii, media player, DVD player, or anything else. There’s no need for any type of software installation, so you’re ready to go in seconds. The glasses themselves are also lightweight and comfortable enough to wear for extended periods of time and even feature an advanced LCoS screen which has been carefully engineered and fully tested to ensure no harm to your eyes is ever possible.

  • Screen: LCOS-Display panel, on eye/head-mounted display
  • Display size: wide screen 36-inch virtual screen (at 2m distance)
  • Pixels: 230H×240V×RGB
  • Resolutions: 230.000 pixels (VGA)
  • Viewing angle: 26-degree diagonal
  • Contrast: 200:1
  • Input signal : NTSC/PAL color video signal
  • Video input: NTSC/PAL and SECAM pal (auto), 1Vpp/75O
  • Sound function: Built-in double audio stereo speakers
  • AC Power Supply: 100V~220V/50Hz
  • Power adapter: Output DC 9V stable voltage

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