The i-Theater is a completely mobile video system that delivers a crisp, vivid-color, QVGA resolution (320 x 240) video image which is equivalent to a 50 inch video screen viewed from a distance of 8.5 feet. The full-screen image is compressed into two of the industry’s smallest light-transmitting LCDs (liquid crystal displays), by means of award-winning technology, protected by more than 200 global patents. Why settle for a tiny 2 inch iPod Video screen? When you interface your iPod Video with the portable and lightweight i-Theater glasses, you’ll experience an incredible 50 inch virtual video image from the i-Theater’s internal LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) screens.
So, does it work? I4U News recently review a set and here’s a snippet:
Today we are looking at the ezVision Video Glasses from ezGear. These glasses simulate a 50-inch image from 8.5 feet away. I found that for playing on the Wii where you are standing most of the time the cord from the glasses to the battery was too short. It could have used a few more feet of length. However, when sitting the cable is plenty long.
Source: I4U News