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Getting geeky/freaky with Spy Camera Sunglasses

Posted in Glasses by Nino Marchetti on March 17th, 2008

geek-sunglasses.jpgYou too can now look cool and geeky as you cruise down the road on your favorite moped. All it takes is these new 1.3 Megapixel Spy Camera Sunglasses, available through ThinkGeek for around $100.

The 1.3 Megapixel Spy Camera Sunglasses can help you snap photos of that hot model in the Porsche next to you at the stoplight. The 1.3-megapixel lens is embedded in part of front of the frame, and she’ll never know you are shooting photos as you stare with drool apparent. She may think you are a bit creepy though, dusting you when the light turns green.

Myvu offers up universal video viewing eyewear

Posted in Glasses,MP4,Myvu by Nino Marchetti on October 10th, 2007

Myvu Universal Edition video eyewearMyvu, a developer of video eyewear, announced today a version of its product which works with other portable media devices besides the Apple iPod. The new Myvu Universal Edition is priced at around $200.

The Myvu Universal Edition comes with a connectivity kit which should allow it to let you watch videos off of many portable media devices like mobile phones, portable media players, portable DVD players and camcorders. This video eyewear offers up something of an ergonomic design, up to four hours of rechargeable battery life and noise-canceling in-ear earbuds.

Improve Your View With iPod Video Goggles

Posted in Glasses,iPod Accessories by Darrin Olson on August 22nd, 2007

iPod video goggles lets you watch video from your iPod with a bigger viewNo longer do you have to squint your eyes up close to your video iPod to watch recorded shows. These iPod Video Goggles plug directly into your iPod to give you a much wider view of your saved videos without the need for a large screen. They require no additional batteries or cables and are powered by the iPod, giving as much as 4 hours of video from the 80GB iPod.

The video goggles utilize two 24-bit color SolidOptex LCD’s to provide 320 x 240 resolution at a 50–60 Hz frame rate to give a view that’s about equivalent to viewing a 24″ TV at around 6 feet away. This hands-free, personal iPod video watching experience doesn’t come real cheap however; the iPod goggles will run you a cool $200 each.

ThinkGeek