Well the Consumer Electronics Show kicks off on Monday in Vegas, so companies are getting ready to showcase their latest and greatest. And one such product is Lumus-Optical's Microdisplay Glasses. "The glasses will boast twin microdisplays and an ultra-thin LOE lens, which can purportedly immerse the wearer by creating the effect of viewing a 60-inch screen from ten feet away." Cool, so the glasses will be available for some hands on action. You know what I hope isn't there and available for some hands on action? That dude in the photo. If he's going to be there I'm returning my press pass and maintaining a three-state safe zone between me and Vegas.
Lumus-Optical's LOE-based glasses get pictured [engadget]
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