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ezGear makes ezPlay for ezVision

DVD player for video glasses made EZ

You've been playing with your video glasses and have finished boring your friends with a lame impersonation of Lt. Cmdr. Geordi La Forge, 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 accessories for media players and other electronics, may be able to help with its compact "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.

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.