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The Second Sight wearable display

Peter Rojas
March 23, 2004
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We know people use them, but we don't think we've ever spotted anyone sporting a wearable display in public, something which probably bodes poorly for their future prospects. Or it could just mean that people who own them are simply reluctant to wear them outdoors. Either way, Interactive Imaging Systems has a new one coming out called the Second Sight M2100 that can connect to laptops and Pocket PCs and make it appear as if you're looking at a 17-inch monitor from three feet away.

[Via Pocket PC Thoughts]





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