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MicroOptical myvu media viewer for iPod
Ilse Jurriën : September 25th 2006 - 21:05 CET
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MircoOpticalMicroOptical myvu media viewer for iPod : The MicroOptical Corporation, the leader in video eyewear for the portable electronics industry, today introduced the myvu Made for iPod edition. Available for $399, the new myvu personal media viewer is compatible with the 30GB, 60GB and the new 80GB Apple iPods with video, and is the perfect solution for viewing movies purchased from the new iTunes 7. Myvu comprises lightweight eyewear with built-in video viewing and audio systems, an ultra-thin battery pack for six hours of viewing time, and a small pendant that offers easy access to all controls. These features combine to offer an unsurpassed experience in portable video watching for iPod customers.
MicroOptical myvu media viewer for iPodMyvu personal media viewer
The myvu personal media viewer resembles a pair of dark sunglasses, offering a viewing experience comparable to a 27-inch screen from six feet away. Inside the front of the unit is MicroOptical's patented display system, which the company adapted from hardware it developed for the military to allow tank drivers and others to simultaneously view both information and surroundings. Unlike an immersive headset system that blocks the user from seeing anything but the screen and, therefore, significantly limits its usefulness, myvu offers users "situational awareness." Through the use of a thin optical bridge, users can see over and under the screen while continuing to be aware of their surroundings.

MicroOptical myvu for Apple iPod
"Myvu puts the video iPod's bright, crisp viewing experience right in front of your eyes," said Kip Kokinakis, president and CEO of MicroOptical. "By simply connecting the small, ultra-light eyewear to your video iPod, users can watch their favorite TV shows, music videos, video podcasts and movies anytime, anywhere. And because you can still see around myvu while viewing videos, it's ideal for people on-the-go."

MicroOptical media viewer - Specifications
The myvu personal media viewer comes complete with all the components needed for a private, large video viewing experience with built-in stereo audio, including:
• Elegantly design
• Hard, protective iPod case that provides six hours of viewing time
• Ultra-slim lithium battery
• Noise-reducing earbuds
• Pendant with video controls
• A premium travel case with room for the iPod
• Two power/charging options: AC and car adapters
• Two extra earbud and nose pads, each in two different sizes
• A user guide
• myvu Made for iPod will be available in late fall 2006.

About MicroOptical Corporation
The MicroOptical Corporation is a privately held company based in Westwood, Mass. Its mission is to be the leading developer and manufacturer of innovative eyewear displays that connect to personal, military, industrial and medical electronic devices, ranging from cell phones and media players to patient monitoring equipment and thermal weapon sights. With its patented, proprietary technology and a strategic alliance with Essilor International, the world leader in ophthalmic optical products, MicroOptical is at the forefront of the electronics and wearable display industries. MicroOptical's video viewers, which represent an ergonomic breakthrough over conventional head-mounted displays, have received widespread industry recognition.

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