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i-glasses LC

 

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Overview

IMAGINE AN 8O-INCH, 3-D CAPABLE SCREEN AND IMMERSIVE STEREO SOUND. NOW IMAGINE ONLY EIGHT OUNCES.

ENHANCED VISUAL EXPERIENCE
Open your eyes to a whole new reality. i-O Display Systems' i-glasses! give you a crystal clear full color video image - it's like having a personal 80-inch screen with you all the time. What's more, with the Hi-Fi stereo sound, you'll wonder how you could go back to anything less.

ADVANCED OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY
i-O Display Systems' i-glasses! give you a big screen, full color view while allowing you peripheral vision as well as see-through capability. Only i-O Display Systems' i-glasses! deliver the big screen experiences with a minimized risk of vertigo or motion sickness, and can be worn with eyeglasses. Adjustable brightness, contrast, tint, colour and sharpness of the display.

ULTRA-LIGHTWEIGHT: 8 OUNCES
Concentrate on the content.
i-O Display Systems i-glasses! are so light, you can forget you have them on. Weighing in at a mere 8 ounces, you can enjoy your video or PC experience as long as you want.

Features (For more information about these features, see the i-glasses! specifications)
Ergonomic Translucent Blue Design Adustable display settings inc. brightness, contrast, tint, colour & sharpness  NEW!
High Fidelity Stereo Headphones Six Month Warranty
S-video connector only
(RCA cable available)

 

The video version of the i-glasses is being used by thousands of dentists all over the world as a dental distraction device. Distracting the patient keeps them calm, and makes them want to come back. This is the device that patients ask for by name.

Research published in JADA (Journal of the American Dental Association) showed that use of a headset during dental treatment was 'beneficial in the reduction of fear, pain and procedure time'. 
Effects of Audiovisual Distraction During Dental Prophylaxis
Frere C.L., Crout R., Yorty J., McNeil D.W.
JADA The Journal of the American Dental Association, July 2001, vol. 132, no. 7,pp. 1031-1038 (8 pages)

While the Video version does not include a head tracker, the PC version does. Its modular design means that you can always get the tracking system later.

 
 
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