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Reddit mentions of VISIONHMD Bigeyes H1 3D Video Glasses with HDMI Input

Sentiment score: 2
Reddit mentions: 6

We found 6 Reddit mentions of VISIONHMD Bigeyes H1 3D Video Glasses with HDMI Input. Here are the top ones.

VISIONHMD Bigeyes H1 3D Video Glasses with HDMI Input
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NOT VR. These are video glasses which are great to watch regular movie or 3D movie privately. You can connect to 3D Movie Online, Netflix, Apple TV,... etc. and watch wherever you like. BUT NOT IDEAL for TEXT, OFFICE WORKING, or CAD DRAWINGKindly follow the instruction manual provided with the product and contact the seller in case of any further queries.The incredible 3D image is composed by two individual LCDs. This technology simulates human eyes so you are able to enjopy a comfortable experience of 3D environment. BIGEYES H1 also delivers sharp and clear picture quality. Each eye equipped a 1280x720 LCD. Accept 2D and 3D Side-by-Side Horizontal video. HDCP compatible, support 720p, 1080i, 1080p video format.HDMI input, easy connection to Blu-ray 3D player, DVD player, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, iphone, ipad; also ideal to work as an FPV goggles (RF receiver not included) only for done's controller with HDMI output. Remarks: It is not recommend if your main use is Gaming, Electronic book reading or Office working.Support adjustable inter-pupillary distance; compact, lightweight for long term comfort wearing; also support nearsighted between 0 ~ 5.0 D
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Found 6 comments on VISIONHMD Bigeyes H1 3D Video Glasses with HDMI Input:

u/Talulabelle · 5 pointsr/cyberDeck

I love how everyone says 'basic use', and then 'browsing' is the first thing out of their mouths. A browser is incredibly complex. Web pages take a ton of power to render, and require a display that approaches 'standard' resolutions to be useful.

Of all the things I'd use a near-eye display for, browsing is literally the last on the list. It's an application where more screen real-estate is always better, and you'll never get enough.

It sounds to me like you're just looking to buy something, and the bottom line is that regular people just don't want to wear a computer around. Especially when it'll be less capable for browsing than a phone, and that's all that most people want to do.

As for suggestions, there are things on the market at varying costs. Here are some links to things of different styles, maybe one of them will be what you're looking for.

  • Glyph headphones These were a big deal when they were first being introduced a few years ago, but they didn't sell well at all. I think people just considered them 'silly'. I just noticed they're under $200 now, and I've considered picking up a pair to try them out.

  • Blade AR These are more recent, and probably more interesting in general. Reviews for these kinds of things are always middling at best, so I don't know how well they really work. Personally, I wouldn't buy them because I'm not sure if I could hack the display for an external computer, and this looks like it's meant to be more like VR glasses than a near-eye display. But, if you want an out of the box experience, maybe look that direction?

  • VISIONHMD These are your pretty standard display glasses. Recent generations of these have just had their asses kicked by cheap VR. Most VR uses a phone display, which are easy to find and really cheap. That means a device like this, using actual near-eye technology is expensive to produce by comparison, and it can't do VR, the one application people think of when they pick up a headset. That said, the prices are dropping on these and the res is pretty good. I could see buying a pair just to remove the displays, personally, but if you just want a small computer you could probably add a pi to the strap and have something usable here.

  • Vuefine This is definitely something more my speed. This is a single eye, reasonably good resolution, basic HDMI interface display. Stripping these down isn't be that hard, and I can hang them off just about anything.

    So, depending on what you want, there are definitely options.
u/JkStudios · 2 pointsr/raspberryDIY

Again, do you want a HUD like Google Glass, or you just want to have something similar to a VR headset?

The glasses you linked are very similar to a VR headset. Once you put them on, you won't be able to see the outside world. With that in mind, here are two suggestions.

Vufine Wearable Display https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MZ89QXF/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_gVJSBbG0G0NM7

VISIONHMD Bigeyes H1 584PPI 2.5K Equivalent Screen 3D Video Glasses with HDMI Input https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072TY1FS2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_TZJSBbRJ5NGG8

u/k8207dz · 1 pointr/virtualreality

I think you're looking for "video glasses" rather than a VR headset. Something like this (although I haven't tried it personally, so don't take this as an endorsement):


It won't work in VR, but it shows a "virtual big screen" that you could connect your phone or Switch to.

u/dr_noir · 1 pointr/whatisthisthing

Most probably something like this:

VISIONHMD Bigeyes H1 584PPI 2.5K Equivalent Screen 3D Video Glasses with HDMI Input https://www.amazon.com.mx/dp/B072TY1FS2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_C2iyCbVFJW8J7

u/GlassArrow · 1 pointr/AskGames

Well there is this thing. Kind of crazy that it costs more than an Oculus Go.