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A idea for how to modify Google glasses for a 3D TV

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Have two screens instead of one, one for each eye.
Have a flat in the middle of the glasses, on the nose, that serves to hide what the other eye is seeing; like a divider wall.
Extend the monitors a few more inches and make them much larger so the picture seems as large as a movie theater.
Now serve stereoscopic pictures to the left and right eye.
The benefit of this is the camera on the glasses can be used in the 3D effect, so the image stays stationary but you can move around it in a sort of virtual world layered on top of the real world.

I thought of this for Nintendo's new 3d hand-held video game machine after the 3Ds. The flaps that are the monitors and dividing wall can fold back and lay on top of the head or the whole thing can fold up and be stored away.

Imagine if the camera was infra red or night vision, then the army could use these to overlay the real world with the virtual world.

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The Vuzix STAR 1200 Augmented Reality System is the idea I'm thinking of;


Here's my amateur drawing of my idea.;

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I looked at some large TV's yesterday, 40 some inches from about 2 1/2 feet away, maybe they were 50 " + TV's I'm not sure.
But I got the sensation of being engulfed and that was uncomfortable for me.

The TV's were stacked so there were multiple screens in front of me and that may have played a role in the engulfed feeling I got. That and they were showing running ice water and running pigs fleeing the swamp with a nervous urgent voiced commentator.

So I think if the TV's engulf you then the TV's too big.

And for these glasses I think if the screens can be made black then they can show crisp pictures and not just AR.
They would be models of iPod touch screens but they would only be screens the glasses projectors would beam onto them like Google Glass does.
The way the screens are situated I think they wouldn't engulf you, but I would have to see to be sure.

To test this Idea I may get a rod that extends from a bike riding helmet and at the tip of the beam another beam goes down and from that beam I attach two iPod touch screens and then block the crosstalk between the two eyes by adding a wall between the two eyes screens.
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