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Sony’s HMZ-T1 3D Goggles: The Matrix Isn’t Far Behind

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Sony just announced their first head-mounted display using OLED panels. The HMZ-T1 also offer full support for 3D movies and gaming. At just 0.7″, the OLED screens are tiny,but at 1280×720 each, they have plenty of resolution for their size. Sony says that they provide a virtual screen size of about 20-meters (~750 inches), giving you the sense of being in a movie theater, but strapped to your head.

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The fast response time of the OLEDs make the picture bright and colorful, and thankfully the blacks are truly black. Since there is a distinct image per eye, so these goggles have no problem handling 3D content either.┬áThe best way to use them is to link them to one of Sony’s new Full HD camcorders. The HMZ-T1 goggles also offer pseudo 5.1 surround sound.

They’ll be launched in Japan this November for 60,000 yen (~$779 USD), which is expensive, but these goggles are a step forward to total sensory immersion.

[via Akihabara News via designboom]

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