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Epson Moverio BT-100
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Epson Moverio BT-100

By 21 February 2012

Projector specialists Epson are exceptionally good at video projectors. But not everyone can have a projector, and they more often than not aren't portable. So the Moverio glasses are designed to give you a projector experience, with some portable glasses.... >>

Vuzix launches Wrap 230, 280 Widescreen and 920

Vuzix launches Wrap 230, 280 Widescreen and 920

By 25 September 2009

Vuzix has announced the European release of its "Wrap" sunglasses-style video eyewear. As previously reported on Pocket-lint, the US is getting the Wrap 310, but over here we're getting the Wrap 230, Wrap 280 Widescreen and Wrap 920. Vuzix claims that... >>

Vuzix Wrap 310 video eyewear announced

Vuzix Wrap 310 video eyewear announced

By 16 September 2009

Vuzix has announced the launch of the "game-changing" Wrap 310 video eyewear glasses, that its says "challenges the status quo of traditional video viewing devices by looking and feeling like normal sunglasses". The Wrap 310 offer twin high-res displays... >>

Vuzix demos augmented reality video eyewear

Vuzix demos augmented reality video eyewear

By 26 March 2009

Vuzix is showcasing a "game-changing Augmented Reality Accessory Kit" for its VR920 Virtual Reality Video iWear. Said to open up new applications in the gaming, education and business sectors, Vuzix says possibilities range from "books that come alive"... >>

Carl Zeiss launches Cinemizer Plus

Carl Zeiss launches Cinemizer Plus

By 25 March 2009

Something we brought you news of from Macworld in January, Carl Zeiss has now announced the launch of the "Cinemizer Plus", a set of video goggs for iPods and iPhones. The first video eyewear to get a "Works with iPhone" tick, the Cinemizer Plus comes... >>

Vuzix Wrap 920AV

Vuzix Wrap 920AV

By 9 January 2009

Vuzix has announced a new addition to its video eyewear range - the Wrap 920AV and we've managed to get a quick hands-on at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The "stylish" Wrap 920AV functions with any media playing device with a video output... >>

Carl Zeiss takes on Vuzix with new video eyewear

Carl Zeiss takes on Vuzix with new video eyewear

By 7 January 2009

Carl Zeiss has announced a new version of its Cinemizer video eyewear at Macworld 2009 in San Francisco on Tuesday. The company, which is more famous for its lenses on Sony digital cameras and Nokia mobile phones, believes that outside of the lens business... >>

Vuzix launches "fashionable" Wrap 920AV

Vuzix launches "fashionable" Wrap 920AV

By 5 January 2009

Vuzix has announced a new addition to its video eyewear range - the Wrap 920AV. The "stylish" Wrap 920AV functions with any media playing device with a video output and projects a virtual 60-inch screen, as viewed from 9-feet. Vuzix' proprietary Quantum... >>

Vuzix Wrap 920AV video glasses turn up online

Vuzix Wrap 920AV video glasses turn up online

By 20 December 2008

We first brought you news on Vuzix plans for its latest set of video glasses at CES back in November, but fresh images have now appeared on the Internet. The new glasses, which Pocket-lint has already worn, will be called the Wrap 920AV video glasses... >>

Vuzix iWear gets support for more mobiles

Vuzix iWear gets support for more mobiles

By 9 December 2008

Vuzix has announced that its iWear range is now compatible with an increasing range of mobile handsets. Handsets such as the HTC Touch Pro, LG Viewty, the Nokia 6500 and N96, Samsung's Innov8 and Omnia models - as well as Apple devices and the N95 - are... >>