It will become the first mass market wearable display for augmented reality at a relatively low cost (US$400, but don’t hold your breath, it will be launched next year. In Japan only) and can be worn without interfering with your daily activities.
A tiny LCD screen hangs over your eye and gives the illusion of a ten inch screen from a miniature surface. The headset has optional headphones and a small belt carried unit that contains the silicon that creates the images on the screen.
When plugged into a mobile phone, PDA or laptop with video functionality, you can stream directly to your field of vision or record footage on the fly. .