'Personal movie headset' puts a cinema screen in your face

Imagine being able to have a 3D cinema experience without leaving the comfort of your sofa. 

With Cinera's 3D stereoscopic headset, this could become a reality. 

The headset, which has dual 2.5K displays, provides an immersive 3D cinema experience without reducing image quality and causing nausea - which can happen when watching movies with traditional 3D glasses at a movie theater. 

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The headset, which has dual 2.5K displays, provides an immersive 3D cinema experience without reducing image quality and causing nausea - which can happen when watching movies with traditional 3D glasses at a move theater

The headset, which has dual 2.5K displays, provides an immersive 3D cinema experience without reducing image quality and causing nausea - which can happen when watching movies with traditional 3D glasses at a move theater

The headset, which has a Kickstarter campaign, provides a wide field of view of 66 degrees, similar to watching a film in a movie theater.  

The headset, which runs on Android, has HDMI, USB and Micro USB inputs to allow for content to be sourced from a range of devices.

It's also Wi-Fi enabled, allowing users to steam content from the internet.  

According to Cinera, to experience 3D, most movie theaters project two distinct images onto the same screen through polarizing filters, and 3D glasses filter out the images so one eye sees only one version. 

CINERA HEADSET: FEATURES  

Cinera's 3D stereoscopic headset, which claims to give users a 3D cinema experience, provides an immersive 3D cinema experience without reducing image quality and causing nausea - which can happen when watching movies with traditional 3D glasses at a move theater.

Some of the headsets features include:  

HDMI, USB and Micro USB inputs: Allows for content to be sourced from a range of devices. Android and Wi-Fi enabled: This feature allows the user to steam content from the internet. Headset or burden-free arm configuration: While the headset has its own headmount, it can also be used with an adjustable 'arm' that holds the headset in front of the eyes without weighing down the user's head. Dual 2.5K displays: With 3D glasses in movie theaters, 75 per cent of the light in the image is lost. However, with the Cinera headset, the company claims that its dual-screen system eliminates

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