Video glasses are nothing really new, but
Israeli company Mirage Innovations has developed a technology they’re calling NanoPrism, which simulates viewing a 40″ screen from seven feet away. How does it work? Put on your propellor beanie.
Within the NanoPrism diffractive planar optics device, light emerging from the microdisplay source is collected by a lens and coupled into a thin transparent substrate via a nanoscale diffraction grating. The trapped light propagates within the substrate by internal reflection toward the viewer’s eyes, producing a perfectly aligned image.
And then we put the reciprocator in the optical refractor and
Meanwhile, Mirage seriously needs to convene a design board for these suckers. Some odd things have become fashionable over the years, but these look like a prop from the movies you see at 2AM on the Sci Fi channel.