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Sony's HMZ-T1 head-mounted 3D display available in Japan on Nov. 11

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Geordi LaForge ain't got nothin' on all them fly mothers in Japan -- once they start rockin' the HMZ-T1 3D display come November 11. The head-mounted duckbill features two 1280x720, 0.7-inch OLED screens that are meant to reproduce the sensation of watching a 750-inch screen in 3D from 20 meters away (ideal gaming conditions!) Oh yeah, and it's got 5.1 surround sound in the headphones.

Price? Can you really put a price on having the 24th century right now?

Okay, yes, because Sony is expected to charge ¥60,000 ($783 US) for the experience. The helmet, which must remain tethered, comes with an HDMI input and output processor unit. No word yet on when Sony will bring the future overseas.





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