You've been playing with yourand have finished boring your friends with a lame impersonation of , so it's finally time to use them for their intended purpose. And let's say you're in the mood for a DVD you picked up at the last Star Trek convention. The last thing you want to do is lug around a huge player with your new headgear; that would instantly negate whatever coolness you've managed to achieve despite the "Spock Lives" T-shirt.
ezGear, known for making ezPlay DVD Player." The $120 player is supposedly designed to work specifically with ezGear's "ezVision Video iWear" (what a mouthful), but we'll go out on a limb and guess that it'll work with other video glasses as well.for media players and other electronics, may be able to help with its compact "
All this assumes, of course, that people will still be using DVDs in future years, as opposed to downloaded or streamed video. But we'll leave that for another post.