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Video Eyewear for Gamers!

Posted Mar 06, 2007 by Laura Genender

Video Eyewear for Gamers!

What gamer hasn't dreamed of virtual reality gameplay? With the help of Icuiti's new interactive Video Eyeware for gamers, gamers everywhere can take a step closer to complete immersion with integrated head tracking, speakers and microphone, and more!

Rochester, New York, March 6, 2007 Icuiti, the leading manufacturer of Video Eyewear, today launches the iWear VR920. Worn like regular glasses, the iWear VR920 is the first Video Eyewear specifically designed for online game play and Internet communications. It allows fans of massively multiplayer online games (MMOs) and virtual social worlds to fully immerse themselves, look around and communicate with each other.

As part of Icuiti s family of Video Eyewear products, the iWear VR920 is the first video communications tool for the Internet that ties in visual and verbal communications. With a large field of view optics, integrated head tracking, speakers and microphone, users can move, look around, listen, and communicate with each other almost like being in the real world.

The iWear VR920 will change the way people experience the plethora of massively multiplayer online applications, from World of Warcraft and Everquest to virtual social environments like Second Life , says Icuiti CEO Paul Travers. It brings life and a personal sense of being there to these 3D applications. You are no longer staring at a flat screen, you are inside cyberspace.

iWear VR920 won an Innovation Award at CES 2007.

iWear VR920 highlights:

* Twin high-resolution 640 x 480 LCD displays with VGA support out to 1024 x 768

* 62 virtual screens viewed at 9 feet

* Integrated 3 DOF head tracker makes looking around as easy as being there

* Built-in noise-canceling microphone and removable, flexible earphones

* Plug and play video with 3D stereo support

* Plugs into a laptop or standard PC through a simple USB and VGA connection

* Field upgradeability keeps the VR920 current with latest software/firmware

* Can be worn with or without prescription glasses

The iWear VR920 will be available at the end of March 2007 for $399 at

Check out the iWear VR920 at the 2007 Game Developers Conference Expo, March 7-9, in San Francisco, Moscone Centre, North Hall, booth # 5701.


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