Another stunning gadget to be showcased in IFA 2011 Berlin was Sony’s Personal 3D Viewer. Yes, it comes from Japanese technology giant that has set a foot print in 3D technology by releasing OLED TV early this year.
It is named as Sony HMZ-T1 Personal 3D Viewer. With a futuristic design, it’s fast become an iconic image for both IFA 2011 and Sony’s growing 3D ambitions.
The device was showcased in Berlin early this week and gathered huge public attention. The 3D viewer was set on public display and the feedback from the users was more than just impressive. It is believed that Sony has alternative plans for those who don’t find interest in LED 3D TV’s
Let me show you all of its features
Video: The HMZ-T1 offers remarkable 3D picture quality. The contrast ratio is highest so far seen. The picture quality in uncompromised as it is supported with twin OLED displays right in front or your eyes
Sony says that HMZ-T1 simulates the viewing environment as of 700 inch theatre. Also to be seen is the unbroken illusion of the 3D from 360 degrees that gives it an extra edge.
Sound: The HMZ-T1 is supported by inbuilt headphones. Sony’s proprietary virtual surround processing — dubbed ‘Virtual phones technology’ creates a phenomenal sound quality. The sound also gets the characteristics of 3D as the Personal 3D Viewer sits on the head and includes 5.1 virtual surround sound. The headset has various buttons so the user can control the volume and do normal things like play and pause the video.
Expected price: Well the Sony did not officially announce the price but some expect this to cost around 700-800 GBP. Well Sony did announce that the device will be available by the end of this year.
So wrapping this over your head, this unique 3D viewer will make you look just like Cyclops in X-men. Once you have this sit back and watch Spiderman swinging just before your eyes.
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