Wearable monitors – cyberpunk style for the subway

Scalar's Teleglass T4N wearable monitors From the “cyberpunk gadgets I’ve always wanted” department come these stylish and remarkably svelte wearable monitor glasses, which deliver any NTSC video signal to a pair of tiny monitors right in front of your eyes … and still allow you to see beyond them, so as not to bump into people while watching music videos on the metro platform. In a couple more years, these things will be as cheap and ubiquitous as PMP earbuds – which should make avoiding eye contact on your daily commute that much easier. [Image re-ganked from PinkTentacle post]

[tags]wearable, display, technology[/tags]

3 thoughts on “Wearable monitors – cyberpunk style for the subway”

  1. Stereoscopic high resolution, high speed PC, high hertz, widescreen wearable monitors at half the price of a current monitor, with no nausea or migraines ?


    Why not?

  2. I have also wanted these since I first read William Gibson’s Bridge trilogy. However, they haven’t made any advancements in the technology since the Sony Glasstrons that first hit the scene – they’re still a lowly 640×480 resolution.

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