"iGlass, the $299 First Mobile AR Theater in the United States, and the First Mobile Phone Tethered AR Theater in the World, is your gigantic 30-Foot Semi-immersive 3D IMAX On-The-Go, with Privacy" , says Sam Yuan, CEO of iGlass USA inc.
iGlass USA inc, an advanced technology company in Silicon Valley, is making affordable, sociable, 120g feather-light, palm-sized iGlass AR gadget, tethered to your phone by USB C, providing a gigantic 30-Foot total-privacy projector-size-giant-screen with super sharp and vivid image, for Best Mobile Viewing of YouTube, Netflix, Comcast, Roku, ESPN Sports Live Streaming, 3D Avatar, Victoria Secret Fashion Show, Twitch, Facebook Video etc., in College Dorm, on Airplane, Train, Bus, 2nd Row of Car or at Home.
As the Entertainment industry clearly trending towards mobile and online streaming, iGlass USA inc is providing iGlass Mobile AR Theater with gigantic 30-Foot screen, total privacy, sociable, online streaming ready AR Theater to meet people’s personal entertainment needs on the road or at home.
"We clearly see the trend in the industry, iGlass AR is here to be the pioneer for the upcoming 5G era. iGlass AR has unique novel technologies to deliver giant screen with super sharp image, accurate color and total privacy, yet the technology is very affordable. Comparing to other expensive AR headsets like the Microsoft HoloLens or Magic Leap One, with price stickers well over $2000, iGlass is priced at $299, just a fraction of those AR headsets out there. At $299 consumer price point, I firmly believe all other AR players will have a hard time to compete with iGlass", says Sam in a recent talk.
“Unlike streaming on your Phone, PAD or TV, where others can easily spot what you are watching, iGlass Mobile Theater projects the content directly to your retina, so you are the only person who can see the gigantic 30-foot screen in front of you. You could well be watching your favorite Victoria Secret Fashion Show without concerning your next seat neighbor on the airplane knows what you are enjoying. This type of experience is what we called Total Privacy on iGlass Mobile theater”, says Sam.
“Unlike VR devices such as Oculus Rift, iGlass AR does not create social isolation, you can eye contact with people around. Since you can directly see the environment, wearing iGlass AR in public places are safe, without the type of risks like bumping into others, etc.”, says Sam.
“Also, all VR gadget suffer from the notorious VR motion sickness, which happens when your eyes tell your brain you’re moving around in a virtual environment, but your body feels like it’s standing still, such conflict caused dizziness is the Achilles heel of all VR theaters. On the other hand, since iGlass AR allows you directly seeing the stable environmental background, it is motion-sickness-free, which is a major advantage of our iGlass AR”, Sam adds.
“iGlass Mobile theater is amazingly comfortable to wear, it is less than one third the weight of most AR VR gadgets out there today (i.e., the Sony PlayStation VR measured at 683g, the latest Oculus Go VR measured at 487g, HoloLens Measured at 550g). At 120 grams feather light weight, iGlass Mobile theater has reach the point for all day long wearing, even for minors. And you can wear your daily prescription glasses at the same time, very convenient”, says Sam.
"Technology wise, iGlass AR is revolutionary in term of provided a brand-new, small-size, light-weight, affordable, giant-screen-size, high image quality and high color accuracy AR display core tech to the emerging AR industry, enabling this sector to jump start to its next phase---massive consumer adoption.
Comparing to wave-guide based AR glasses (i.e., HoloLens, Magic Leap One, Lumus, etc), iGlass AR solved the Three Major Problems wave-guide AR display systems have in common: 1) The small FOV (Limited by TIR Law of Physics), 2) The non-uniform color (Limited by Angular efficiency Law of Physics), 3) The ultra-expensive manufacturing cost (due to Law of Physics limitation also).
Comparing to others traditional off-axis based AR helmets current out there, iGlass AR solved another THREE major problems the "traditional off axis" AR display systems have in common: 1) Cumbersome form factor, 2) The low image quality of the optical system (i.e., only able to read large font, not sharp enough for reading detailed small texts), 3) The super close-by image (about 1 to 2 feet away, images right in-front of the human eye).
On the opposite, iGlass is ultra-small, you can easily hold it in your palm. Its image is super sharp, small text reading ready, and iGlass' image distance is rather far away, at about 10-meter, which is even further than Microsoft HoloLens' 6-feet image distance. By solved those Major Problems in a revolutionary manner, iGlass AR reinvented the "off-axis" AR display system.
iGlass AR's image quality is way better than any existing AR VR headset currently in exist, the image is sharp and vivid, with amazing details and color accuracy. Actually, reputable tech reviewers who get their hands on iGlass AR report that iGlass is close to the image quality of an 4K TV, which is an amazing praise for an AR VR headset.
Best of all, iGlass price is $299 only, about 1/10th the cost of Magic Leap One or Microsoft HoloLens.
When you try out iGlass AR, you will be amazed on how small it is (similar to the size of a wallet), how light it is (120g only, even an 6-year old minor can wear it long time), how large its screen size is (30-foot giant screen size with privacy), how sharp the image is (it is email text size font reading ready), and how bright and vivid the image is (way better than any wave-guide based AR headsets)." Sam comments.
"As of typical user cases, I can easily provide a few: YouTube or other Online Streaming Viewer, ESPN NFL Sports Live, Private Entertainment at College Dorm or Home, Mobile entertainment on Airplane, Train, Bus and passenger seats of Car, i.e., the 2nd row of your Tesla for kids’ Disney Cartoon or StarWars on the road, etc.", says Sam.
“To me, this small, lightweight, sociable, total-privacy 30-foot huge screen gadget could have important business applications as well. Imagine all Airlines start adding the 120-gram, palm size iGlass on each of theirs seats, replacing the heavy and small LCD based entertainment systems current out there, the weight and space saving on the airplanes simply equals $$$ saving for the Airlines, for each trip. More importantly, iGlass AR’s private 30-foot huge screen brings invaluable user experience on the road, making the trip a pleasant relaxation period for the passengers. I would guess all Airplanes have to use iGlass gadget sooner or later.” says Sam.
"Nowadays, when children on the 2nd row of car get bored, their parents typically give an iPad for kids' cartoon on-the-move. The problem is that the moving car always shakes, since kids’ head and their hands (holding the iPad) are a few feet away, their head/eye may have relative moment respect to the Pad, this constant relative shaking could hurt kids’ eyesight or make them feel dizzy quickly."
"On the other hand, when kids using iGlass for their Cartoon on-the-move, as the 120g iGlass sit on the head, close to the eye, when the car moves/shakes, the 30-foot screen shakes with the kids’ head, there is no relative movement between eye and image, thus maximized the vision protection on a moving car."
"I feel something big could be coming, the mobile entertainment landscape could well be changed", Sam predicts.
"YouTuber deserve a better experience. iGlass AR changes your phone based YouTube experience into a mobile theater experience. While other AR products, i.e., HoloLens and Magic Leap One, all designed for productivity, iGlass AR is the first affordable AR Theater in the United States, specifically developed for mobile entertainment on the road, for $299 only", says Sam.
You can find more information on iGlass AR at our official website: www.iglassus.com
Learn more about iGlass at: Frequently Asked Questions | iGlass USA inc
See below for some of the most reputable hands on tech reviews of iGlass AR’s performance:
Part one of iGlass AR hands on review series: In this first review portion, Linus focus on reviewing iGlass AR’s amazing display tech.
Part two of iGlass AR hands on review series: in this second review portion, Elric focusing on reviewing iGlass USA’s consumer product “iGlass Mobile AR Theater”, on how to actually use the AR theater, how to connect the cable and how to operate the APP, etc, which covered the gap between the technology review and the specific product review.
iGlass AR also allows comfortable wearing of your daily prescription glasses underneath: