A product promising such features is definitely going to be hard on pocket but it is hardly going to stop tech-fanatics to have them. We don’t blame you for thinking that way. In reality, there’s a couple of considerations that make this product seem completely impractical, such as comfort, price, and so on. They’ll be launched in Japan this November for 60,000 yen (~$779 USD), which is expensive, but these goggles are a step forward to total sensory immersion. It would be quite ruthless to call the price put up for this gadget as irrational after learning its specifications. According to Sony, these glasses are a 3D “cinematic experience” with integrated surround sound. With a built in OLED screen and a 1280×720 resolution, it means these concept glasses ooze quality. Sure, it’s not 1080p, but these glasses are just an early concept and the potential is certainly there. The color reproduction is very high, thanks in part to OLED’s 24-bit RGB spectrum. The fast response time of the OLEDs make the picture bright and colorful, and thankfully the blacks are truly black. Since there is a distinct image per eye, so these goggles have no problem handling 3D content either. The best way to use them is to link them to one of Sony’s new Full HD camcorders.
The design is a reminder of Sony style and innovation from years ago when the company experimented. The glossy shell exterior is truly stunning, and is complimented by soft blue LED lighting on the front and near the built-in headphones with an illuminated logo on each side. These goggles not only bring you the futuristic effect that we have been witnessing in science fiction movies, but it also looks exactly the same with its marvelous design.