The last time we checked in Avegant's virtual retinal display was in October when it was still a prototype; literally looking like a bunch of circuit boards glued onto a pair of goggles. Since then, Avegant's finalized the design, which resembles a pair of headphones with a flippable headband that houses the projectors.
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Instead of using screens like the Oculus Rift, the Glyph virtual retinal display uses micromirrors and patented optics to project high-resolution images directly onto your retinas — without damaging your eyes. How insane is that? Guess what? Now, you can buy your own Glyph through Kickstarter.
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