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Hands On: Using Dream Glass 4K Is Like Strapping A 200-Inch TV To Your Face

And it works will any HDMI console.

The notion of strapping a huge TV to your face might seem like something out of a bad sci-fi movie, but with £180,000 of crowdfunding raised so far, DreamGlass 4K isn’t some ill-conceived fantasy – it’s happening right now, and we’ve been lucky enough to get some hands-on time with a beta unit to see what all of the fuss is about.

This lightweight headset offers a pin-sharp image which is apparently the equivalent of looking at a 200-inch TV screen from 3 meters away. It offers a 90-degree field of vision, has its own internal speakers and can connect to any device which has HDMI – and, as you might expect given its current high profile, the company behind the Dream Glass 4K has featured Switch heavily in its promotion; it’s even creating a special micro-dock connector so the unit can be used with Nintendo’s console more elegantly (carrying around the original dock isn’t exactly convenient).

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

And it works will any HDMI console.

The notion of strapping a huge TV to your face might seem like something out of a bad sci-fi movie, but with £180,000 of crowdfunding raised so far, DreamGlass 4K isn’t some ill-conceived fantasy – it’s happening right now, and we’ve been lucky enough to get some hands-on time with a beta unit to see what all of the fuss is about.

This lightweight headset offers a pin-sharp image which is apparently the equivalent of looking at a 200-inch TV screen from 3 meters away. It offers a 90-degree field of vision, has its own internal speakers and can connect to any device which has HDMI – and, as you might expect given its current high profile, the company behind the Dream Glass 4K has featured Switch heavily in its promotion; it’s even creating a special micro-dock connector so the unit can be used with Nintendo’s console more elegantly (carrying around the original dock isn’t exactly convenient).

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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