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Avegant releases final product design for Glyph, its audio-visual headset
A year has gone since the original funding campaign and now Avegant, the company designing Glyph, has released the final product designs for the headset. According to an update on the Kickstarter campaign page, Avegant will be at CES to demo the latest design and allow those from the media a chance to try the headset first hand.
The design prototypes are wearable and show the actual look and feel of the Glyph. However they do not include any functioning optics at this time. The company has also posted a video to demonstrate how the new design will work in real life.
In terms of specs, the Glyph will handle around 3 hours of video or 48 hours of audio. It uses HDMI for the video connection, and Bluetooth or a 3.5mm jack for audio. The optics, known as a virtual retinal display, is a display with no screen that uses a micromirror array. The result is a display that offers a 1280 x 720 resolution per eye!
But all this cool tech comes at a price. If you want to pre-order a Glyph now for delivery some time this year (in the fall, but the exact date isn’t known) then you can get one for $499. Thereafter the full retail price will be $599.
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