The patent for a 'head-mounted display apparatus' shows off a traditional dual lens affair with in-built headphones. Getting Oakley Thump flashbacks? Yeah, us too.
The outlined specs are adjustable and will let users see information on both lenses as opposed to just one (as is the case with Google Glass).
Of course this could just be a patent and nothing more, although the thought of a waterproof pair of Xperia Z-inspired Glasses does make our gadget sense tingle with anticipation.
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