Most of us have watched a movie or two on our mobile devices. It’s almost like having your own personal theater. Almost but not quite. If you really want that solo theater experience anywhere you go, check out the Avegant Glyph, the headset that makes what you’re watching, personal.
At first glance, this looks like a pair of headphones but that’s only half the story. Inside the band, there’s a display where you can watch whatever you want to. Movies, YouTube videos, Skype calls, whatever tickles your particular fancy.
This device connects to smartphones, tablets, or variety of other things to allow you to view whatever you want. Get creative and see what your drone is viewing in real time, play games, have fun. The viewing screen uses retinal imagining technology so the end result isn’t really like watching TV and is supposedly more like actually seeing something. Although it looks sort of like VR, it isn’t quite the same thing. The Avegant Glyph is $699.