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Sony HMZ-T1 Personal 3D Viewer

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sony
  • Model: HMZ-T1

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 5.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005LDY0KC
  • Item model number: HMZ-T1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 30, 2012

Product Description

■ virtual screen size of about 45 degrees ■ Aspect Ratio: 16: 9 ■ viewing angle: ■ overwhelming visual beauty

Customer Reviews

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Sound quality is pleasing with the wired headset.
OSReviews
Well, with this thing you don't see the black frames because it opens up all the way from side to side and you don't lose anything on the spread. so it looks nice.
Carlos Gustavo
3d effect come closed just like you seeing in movie theater.
Johnkh17

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By mhatt on March 2, 2013
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it is really nice to have a 3D video eyewear, having 150 inches screen attached to your head with 3D capability. the bad things is:
-at the left side frame is a very little blurry
-and also you have to wear your eyeglass which is makes it little bit uncomfortable.
I don't think there is a better design out there more comfortable, generally speaking its really a great product easy to use
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Carlos Gustavo on January 5, 2014
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You have no idea how excited I was in getting this and experience what everyone was talking about, I didn't even tried it myself anywhere at any display or store, I just watched the online reviews and that was enough for me by everything everybody was saying, I didn't even have expectations that I was going to like it, I already was psyched that I was, so I ordered it directly from Japan and even paid a very expensive fast shipment just because I couldn't wait any longer.

It came brand new, even though in the description was listed just as used but very good, however it came in the authentic Japanese box-set with everything included, sealed and smelling like new.

At first it was hard for me to figure out how to set it up, everything was in Japanese, I probably spend a good 10 minutes just trying to put it in English and I finally did it, which is a good thing because from what I heard the newer models from Japan don't even come in English.

The thing says is made in Japan, so the quality is superb, I read the specs of the T2 and T3 versions and the only major difference is that this comes with its own 5.1 headphones attached, while the others you can hook up your own.

This one is not wireless as the T3 is, but I didn't even want it for travelling specifically even though you can still take it if you get a portable external A/C plug-in battery, considering the transmitter box has a reasonable size.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By OSReviews on September 7, 2014
Summery:
The Sony HMZ-T1 (420 grams, $350 street price) is a pair of virtual glasses for those who are tight on room space. Main specifications including a virtual OLED 720p display equivalent of '750-inches at 65 feet away', 5.1 channel surround sound, and excellent 3D capabilities remain. Granted, there are a few downfalls including the price, and lack of a built-in gaming head tracker. Still, Sony's personal 3D head mounted display offers excellent image quality for movie watching, and remains one of the best HMD's on the 'currently released consumer market'.

Detailed Review:
Set-Up:
Though simple to start using out-of-the-box, Sony's HMZ-T1 has a LOT of wires. For example, one wire connects the viewer to an included processor box (size of a small DVD player that undergoes the signal transferring), an HDMI cable connects your device into the processor box, while a power cable connects again to the processor box. Although the wires did not have much of an issue with tangling, we would still love to see Sony produce a more simplified set-up. As such, the HMZ-T1 is not a 'mobile' head mounted display, say for watching films on a car or airplane. The wires themselves are durable in quality, and solid in length (viewer to processing box cable is 3.5 meters long). One full-size HDMI cable is bundled-in.

Controls-
Navigation is done entirely through the viewer itself, which offers two focus adjusting sliders, a small power button, a volume rocker, and a 4-way d-pad for going through the UI. These buttons are made out of plastic, and offer a nice tactile response when being pressed. Since the viewer itself goes over the eye, there is a small amount of memorization required to know which buttons to press if say, a switch between 2D and 3D is needed.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Luis Gustavo Tsuru on June 24, 2013
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This device is really amazing!!
You just have to get used to it, movies are beautiful and it is not even necessary to have one filmed in 3D, HMZ does the job!!!
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12 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Suk W. Yu on May 19, 2013
i know why people try to rid of this because Oculus Rift virtual reality headset is coming soon. sony 3d viewer is ok but still youre looking through the screen but with oculus rift you are looking virtual enviroment with headtracking plus it will be 1080p resolution.
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