Watching movies privately anywhere is now possible with the NXTWEAR S wearable display glasses. Developed by RayNeo, this device features an equivalent 130-inch big high-resolution screen at four meters away, providing a super wide and immersive viewing experience. Perfect for gamers who want a private setting, or for those who want to enjoy a cinematic audio-visual experience without going to the cinema, this device allows users to have their own personal theater.
The glasses have a micro OLED display which provides a very good image brightness and resolution, comparable to what you would experience in a cinema. It also has a whisper mode which cancels sound leakage, so that only the user knows what they are listening to. This makes it perfect for those who want to keep their communication confidential, as they can plug it into their laptop and only they will be able to see what is being displayed on the glasses.
The device does not require any external power, as long as the phone it is connected to has a remaining charge. This makes it perfect for those who want to watch movies on the go, whether they are in a public place, on a long-haul flight, or just lying in bed. It is also great for those who want to work in a private setting, as they can pull up the glasses, connect it to their laptop, and type away without anyone else being able to see what they are doing.
The NXTWEAR S wearable display glasses provide a wonderful opportunity for anyone to have their own personal theater, wherever they are. With its whisper mode, high-resolution display, and no need for external power, this device allows users to watch movies privately anywhere.
Most interestingly, the device is compatible with all major gaming stations, including Steam Deck, Nintendo Switch, and others. With its USB-C connection, users can easily connect to their gaming consoles and enjoy their favorite games. Additionally, the device has a mode switcher that allows users to control the brightness of the display, making it easier to enjoy their gaming experience.
For iPhone users, the device comes with an adapter, allowing them to use the device with their phones. The device also features a magnetic front lens that can be detached and replaced with a more stylish one, or one that covers the eyes more for an immersive experience. Additionally, the device also comes with a prescription frame that can be attached to the device, allowing users to use their prescription lenses with the device.
AR innovations are revolutionizing gaming. The NXTWEAR S device makes it easier for gamers to enjoy their favorite games without having to worry about external power sources or compatibility issues. With its adjustable brightness and lens selection, users can create their own private theater and enjoy their gaming experience. This device is a great example of how AR innovations are revolutionizing gaming and making it more convenient and enjoyable for everyone.
The NXTWEAR S virtual display glasses are available now on the RayNeo website and on Amazon. The MSRP is $449, but as of publishing, there is a sale for $399. To learn more about the glasses or to order one for yourself, head to the website.
Interview by Allante Sparks of PLuGHiTz Live Special Events.
Allante - also well known as Wolff - is the newest member and co-host for PLuGHiTz Live! Radio. A gifted artist, he is usually found drawing up a character or two or sketching up whatever comes to mind. Do not think that he is not a hardcore gamer because he is about as hardcore as it gets! His favorites range from fighting games to RPGs, adventure and even a racing game here and there. Fighting games are his forte and he relays this message for all who oppose: You mess with the Wolff and you get the fangs!
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Scott is a developer who has worked on projects of varying sizes, including all of the PLUGHITZ Corporation properties. He is also known in the gaming world for his time supporting the rhythm game community, through DDRLover and hosting tournaments throughout the Tampa Bay Area. Currently, when he is not working on software projects or hosting F5 Live: Refreshing Technology, Scott can often be found returning to his high school days working with the Foundation for Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST), mentoring teams and helping with ROBOTICON Tampa Bay. He has also helped found a student software learning group, the ASCII Warriors, currently housed at AMRoC Fab Lab.