Sony recently announced the HMZ-T2 for India. It is a new Personal 3D Viewer from Sony, is a head-mounted, high-definition 2D and 3D personal display, with virtual 5.1 surround sound.
The HMZ-T2 is intended for use while watching movies or gaming. An official statement by Sony reveals that it has twin OLED screens that display images with zero cross-talk interference. Sony adds that the Personal 3D Viewer features dedicated, high response Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) screens for each eye, with a 45-degree field of vision.
Features dedicated OLED screens for each eye
The HMZ-T2 also has a set of detachable and adjustable light shields, which Sony adds, offers greater privacy. These flexible light shields clip on or off the Personal 3D Viewer, and are completely unobtrusive to the headset comfort and design.
24p True Cinema mode shows films at 24 frames per second. Viewers can alternatively select the Clear mode for smooth fast-action sequences. Whatever you select, Auto Colour Temperature adjustment gradually lowers image tone intensity from blue to red hues so that you can watch or play your favourite movies/games comfortably for longer hours.
The Personal 3D Viewer features Virtualphones technology to create a 360-degree natural sound field similar to 5.1 channel surround sound. Built-in Harmonic Equalizer technology restores audio compression losses in the digital waveform.
Weighing 330 grams, the Personal 3D Viewer is 20 percent lighter than previous models, with greater options for wearing comfort. It has a highly adjustable headband and forehead support for a secure, gentle fit with positional screen lenses.
Sony calls it world's first wearable 3D TV
“Everything about the HMZ-T2 Personal 3D Viewer is designed for comfort and total immersion,” says Naoto Yoshioka, Home Audio Video Senior Product Manager at Sony Europe, “so once you’re watching a film or playing a game, you’re totally absorbed in the thrilling action and forget you’re even wearing the headset.”
HMZ-T2 Personal 3D Viewer will be available at selected Sony Centers across India and other major electronic stores for Rs 69,990 beginning from mid-November this year.
Publish date: October 12, 2012 6:20 pm| Modified date: December 19, 2013 2:43 am