Anyone who enjoys watching movies or playing games is sure to be interested in this new Glyph Mobile Personal Theater which has launched on Kickstarter this month and already blasted past it pledge goal of $250,000 raising over $400,000 with still 29 days to go.
The Glyph Mobile Personal Theater has been created by Avegant and uses a simple HDMI connection to connect to your console, player or anything else you desire. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Glyph Personal Theater project and see it in action.
“Since the beginning of personal display technology, screens have been getting smaller and closer to our eyes but with one limitation: image quality. At Avegant we’ve solved that problem using a new technology that mimics the way that we as humans naturally see light. Using a Virtual Retinal Display we’ve figured out how to project images directly onto your retina, creating sharp, stark images unlike anything you’ve seen before.
Over the past two years we’ve worked to miniaturize the technology to fit into a portable headset good for mobile or home use. The product of our work is the Glyph. Combining a unique flip-down form factor, super sharp imagery and premium noise-cancelling audio, we created a device that is a revolution in personal display technology.”
“The Glyph uses a simple HDMI input to display anything in your content library, from the movies that you already own to streamed Netflix over your iPhone to the desktop environment in your Mac or PC.
The Glyph is also great for gaming, whether in playing Call of Duty Ghosts on your Playstation or Real Racing on your mobile phone. And with an integrated 9 Degree of Freedom head-tracker, a whole world of interactive gaming, Point of View (PoV) imaging and interactive storytelling is within our reach.”
The Glyph project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production. So if you think Glyph is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help Glyph become a reality.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Displays News, Technology News, Top News