Sony Personal 3D Viewer Goggles
Sony's new device fits over the wearer's skull like a Star Trek prop, and uses dual 0.7" HD OLED displays to create the illusion of a 750-foot cinema screen. By displaying a slightly different image to each eye (known as the 'dual-pane' method), the brain processes the input as a single, 3D image. Also bundled in with the 3D gadgetry is 5.1 virtual surround sound, and controls for playing and pausing video mounted on the headset itself. With HDMI support, it can also be rigged up to a PC or a Blu-Ray player for proper cinema-going quality.