Now here’s a set of Panasonic VR glasses that do not seem like a toaster installed on the face. Styled like it came right out of The Matrix movie they seem like they are to become a wonderful set of steampunk-style aviators, Panasonic has been doing for that VR headset industry exactly what the Snap spectacles did for Google Glass (keep in mind that?)
By having an undeniably better form factor, and picture quality too, Panasonic’s VR glasses are classier and well, ‘glassier’ (instead of the massive ski-goggles that many VR headsets seem like). Fitted with micro-OLED panels inside, the Panasonic VR glasses are able to afford to make smaller sized and also have far better clearness too. Actually, unlike most VR headsets, you almost don’t spot the pixels in Panasonic’s product, allowing your VR world to be more immersive due to its greater resolution. Panasonic also claims that they’re the very first-ever VR glasses to aid HDR, or perhaps a high dynamic range, allowing colors, saturation, brightness and contrast to any or all be incredibly realistic. The glasses (they’re clearly not headsets) are available fitted with Panasonic’s own audio technology, using Technics motorists in individuals small earbuds to supply very obvious audio.
As amazing because they look, Panasonic VR glasses doesn’t intend on selling those to consumers (sad-face). They’re wishing these glasses might find mostly commercial applications like VR sports and travel, only once 5G systems are folded out so that you can support high data-transfer speeds, especially given how high-resolution the recording on these glasses are. I really hope Panasonic changes their mind though. I’d certainly see myself arranging to possess a set of these beauts.