Trade in Your Headphones for a Personal Movie Theater
Mask is a mobile and very wearable movie theater
Designed by Dashbon, Mask piggybacks on the popularity of stereo headphones and the growing success of personal, portable virtual reality. It consists of a visual display that bridges the earpieces of headphones, where a connection to any HDMI cable will play a movie or video game.
Mask is only slightly larger and thicker than normal headphones, and contains a 1366-by-768 resolution screen for each eye. Because of the size, glasses wearers can’t use the current model, but optic settings are adjustable for nearsightedness and farsightedness. The display bridge also includes the battery pack, which has a life of four hours for most video applications.