Support & FAQ’s
• I hear audio but there is no video ?
• How does video glasses eyewear work ?
Full-screen images are compressed into tiny microdisplays and then those images are then enlarged using optical elements that enable the eyes to perceive a much larger image – typically bigger than the equivalent of a 35-inch TV.
With our current range we have products that can project images equivalent to a 48-inch TV.
All our range of video glasses and eyewear (except for the Qingbar GP300) is compatible with devices that supports a TV/AV composite output.
These devices include game consoles such as the Xbox, PlayStation, Wii, portable devices such as the iPod 5th Gen, iPod Nano 3rd Gen, iPod Classic, iPod touch and the iPhone, DVD players, digital still and video cameras, VCR’s, satelite and set top boxes, intraoral and spy cameras, 3G mobile cell phones with TV-output and much more.
With the Argo 3D and Argo Cinema 2 you can even connect the video glasses to a laptop or desktop via a D-Sub VGA connection.