The iPod and Zune may be pocketable but when it comes to screen real estate they are sadly lacking. Hooking up to a 35-inch telly would do the trick but hauling one around can get a little tiresome. The answer, from Oz tech house 22moo, is to strap two tiny tellies to your head.Like the Olympus Eye-Trek and iTheater before it, the bovine inspired company’s taken the principal of perspective to its logical conclusion and calculated that having the 320x240 pixel screen a couple of centimetres from our eyeballs will equate to a 35-inch display viewed from two metres away.What makes this particular pair of video specs special as that it’ll handle an AV feed from virtually any source. That could be a console, a portable DVD player or a video iPod. Zune compatibility is also promised should we ever see them on these shores and it also claims to get on with video phones, though there’s no details on which makes it’ll have cables for.Of course there is the small problem of not being able to see or hear anything else while viewing your video. Perfect isolation you might say.
Zune and iPod get goggle eyed
The iPod and Zune may be pocketable but when it comes to screen real estate they are sadly lacking. Hooking up to a 35-inch telly would do the trick b