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Cinemizer OLED multimedia video glasses by Carl Zeiss

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  • Lightweight comfortable design
  • Folding arms for easy storage
  • HDMI, Apple, AV-3.5mm 4 pin input capability
  • Rechargeable Lithium Ion battery
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Cinemizer
  • Model: 1909-127

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6.9 x 3.1 inches ; 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0091OI530
  • Item model number: 1909-127
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 31, 2012

Product Description

Thanks to the engineering experts at Carl Zeiss, the cinemizer OLED is "Best in Class" for wearable 3D video display technology. The cinemizer uses high resolution micro displays (870 x 500) to produce superior image quality while ensuring optimum comfort and versatility. Mobility The cinemizer OLED is designed for mobile use. The integrated rechargeable battery provides power for up to six hours of viewing enjoyment even when away from the confines of your home. For example, while on a flight, you can watch several movies from your iPhone on the cinemizer multimedia video glasses. Connection possibilities The cinemizer multimedia video glasses can be used for various applications. It can be connected to an iPod/iPhone, smartphone with HDMI or analog A/V interface, Blu-ray player, gaming consoles such as PS3 or XBox, PCs & notebooks, and other devices. This is all made possible by an HDMI adapter, a video cable (yellow cinch) and the optional iPod/iPhone adapter. Diopter adjustment Eyeglass wearers can configure their prescription from -5 to +2 diopters in each eye via the setting wheel. Rich colors OLED displays create crisp images with very vibrant colors, true black and thus very good contrast. Wearing comfort Emphasis was given to a low weight and optimal wearing comfort during development of the cinemizer OLED. The soft silicon nose pad allows the glasses to sit comfortably on your nose. The two soft rubber ear clips guarantee a good, comfortable sit, allowing you to use the cinemizer OLED for hours at a time. 3D support Various stereoscopic 3D formats are supported. These are side-by-side, top-bottom or line-interleaved such as Frame Packing via HDMI 1.4.

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Lester J. Willis on December 18, 2012
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I was excited to give the new Cinemizer OLED a try, having been watching reviews of it, along with some of the emerging competition in the HMD market. Once received, I made all the connections to my PC and checked for any updates in firmware. The un-boxing and connecting were not difficult. These slip on and off like glasses. I put them on and adjusted the optic wheels to focus each eye. Unfortunately,there was a dead pixel in the corner that shined a bright blue light from just outside of the picture. Other than that, the picture was perfect. Crisp, clear, with a size equivalent to sitting and watching my 42" TV from 6 or 7 ft away. I did notice I was having difficulty in focusing, and thought I may just need to "get used to them." After trying to watch a movie and moving the glasses around, from side to side and up and down on my nose, came to the conclusion that one eye was always going to be out of focus due to a lack of ability to adjust for pupil distance. I contacted the seller and requested a return and was offered the option to exchange or for a refund. If it were just the pixel, I would have exchanged, but since there was not an adjustment for pupil distance, I requested and was granted a refund.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By D. Car on March 10, 2014
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I have owned many different HMDs, from recent ones (Sony HMZ T2 and the Oculus Rift Dev Kit) to old ones (Virtual IO glasses and Forte VR headset, Phillips Scuba) to name a few.

Don't let the silly pictures in the press release for the Cinemizer of a guy in a hard hat and a child at a dentist fool you. This is actually a serious product. Here is a comparison with the other products currently available:

The Sony HMZ head mounted display (HMD)
The Sony HMD, including the latest HMZ T3, which I tried but did not purchase, is just not comfortable or in focus enough to have it on your face for any length of time, so having a better FOV is meaningless.(I owned the HMZ T2 and I tried everything to make it comfortable/in focus, from purchasing third party pads to reading forums on the internet- its just a flawed piece of engineering which can never be comfortable without a complete redesign).

The Oculus Rift
The Oculus is also cool, but it is meant for a different application, it is meant for immersive VR with headtracking and it is a lot blurrier than the Cinemizer, although it is comfortable enough (though still not as comfortable as the Cinemizer).
If you want an immersive virtual reality experience, get an Oculus Rift with Tridef and try to tweak it to work with various commercial games. You will not want to watch a movie on this using Rift theater or other such app because the resolution and comfort will be less than the Cinemizer.

The Cinemizer
If you want to watch movies and yes even web surf and have a portable monitor, you want the Cinemizer.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Scott W. Hadley on June 3, 2014
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We replaced all our VGA goggles with cinimizers. They are a vast improvement in video quality and number of pixels displayed. The built in adjusting lenses work really well too. Patients don't have to wear their eye glasses when wearing these glasses. The company support has been really good too.
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