Sony HMZ-T1 head-mounted display: test and review

The HMZ-T1 head-mounted 3D proposed by Sony feature two screens. There is one for each eye to simulate normal vision to offer a natural 3D.

TruBlack OLED screens are displayed and a definition of 1280 x 720 pixels. Sony Announces 0.01 ms response time for 3D HMZ-T1. This system created a 45 ° field of view and allows you to see your movies as if you had a 750-inch screen is 19.5 m at a distance of 20 meters. To avoid too much light could damage your eyes, HMD gradually drop this one as your eyes adjust to the darkness.

The main camera controls are located on the headset. The comfort 3D HMZ-T1 is also provided by the various set points to adapt the helmet to every morphology and by the development of sliders. To increase the immersion and not be bothered by the light coming from the outside, two side panels are provided.

Integrated headphones broadcast a simulated 5.1 surround sound through technology Virtual Phone Technology that produces a three-dimensional sound environment around you. The head mounted display is connected to a housing via the HMD has taken on the headphone cord. It is this case that are an input and an HDMI output and a power outlet. A dual-output switch is included to allow your relatives to watch TV while playing on the HMD for example.

The introductory price of the HMZ-T1 head-mounted 3D proposed by Sony is 799 euros.