Apple and Sony’s Newest Idea: Viewing Goggles

by Mark R

We have covered viewing goggles like the Vuzix iWear and myvu before, and these have yet to catch on to the general populace. Maybe it’s the way they look, because no one wants to walk around looking like Cyclops from the X-men films.

There is a rumor going about that Apple is working to change the portable viewing arena with some fancy goggles that will allow portable viewing of video files. These video files can be taken off of an iPod or other Portable Media Player (PMP).

I have even heard that electronics giant Sony is working in partnership with Apple to perfect the technology of the screen inside the goggles. Of course, I really don’t have any validation of these rumors, other than the source I have listed below. I’m surprised all the other gadget blogs aren’t abuzz about it. Maybe they will be by the time this posts.

Well, if anyone can bring the portable video viewing market to its full potential, it’s Apple. I seem to recall a certain MP3 Player market that didn’t exist about five years ago until Mr. Jobs stepped in with a certain iPod device that is now synonymous with MP3 Players as Kleenex is to tissue.

I suppose we will need to wait and see what the future brings as far as this rumor is concerned, as well as the future of portable video watching.


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joseph Says: August 19, 2008 at 4:45 pm

So, this isn’t anywhere, because tuvie is a site for design concepts. Generally the stuff on their site isn’t and never will be real (though many of them would be freakin sweet).

MrGoodIdea Says: October 1, 2008 at 7:11 am

why dont apple and sony take their idea and try and get oakley help them outto give the goggles a little style such as the oakley sunglasses which are the coolest sunglasses you can get in my opinion. but these goggles they have now are just ugly.

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