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Friday, July 31, 2009
The Myvu Wearable Display
The Myvu crystal looks like first relatively practical platform for the average, everyday, gargoyle. They offer full vga, 640x480, resolution; just the minimum for graphical applications, and ample space for light console work. At $300, this is the first vga wearable display within reach of the average geek consumer.
These all rehash pretty much the same things: They're not HD, but still really cool. They're nearly unanimously recommended if one travels a lot, but otherwise found hard to justify at $300. You'll look like Jordie wearing them. That's where the monocle hacks come in ;-).
Myvu Hack Links: Make - Myvu display in a wearable computer Make - Myvu solo goggles take apart... Make - Myvu crystal as a wearable headmounted display
Images: flicker - myvu parallax - This is a great set of images showing the internals and how to modify a myvu to be less intrusive.