Korean electronics manufacturer Kowon has announced a product that will let you enjoy a nice television show while you attempt to drastically increase your risk of getting hit by a bus. These video glasses let viewers watch television and movies in an experience that's touted to be similar to watching a 32" LCD TV from a distance of 2 meters. The glasses use connection cables that can link to a variety of appliances, including televisions, DVD players, and apparently cell phones. It's easy to see that video glasses lend well to cell phone use, since most text messages only make sense when LOLs and OMGs appear larger than giant pumpkins. Release date is unknown, but we'll keep our eyes open for one. Get it? Eyes? Ha hah! Oh laughter.
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