The video eyewear industry is growing up rapidly. Many analysts have predicted that it would become one of top tech trends this year. The startup fashion consumer electronics firm Nabes is all set to showcase a breakthrough in video eyewear industry at the imminent CES 2012. The company has, in fact, transformed a pair of its sunglasses into a lightweight stealth video eyewear. It is a miniature, detachable video viewer that you can fix into a variety of fashionable and compatible sunglasses from Nabes.
Well, Nabes’ stylish sunglasses can now become your companion to let you enjoy videos and games in your own world. Nabes claims that its video eyewear turns the sunglasses fashionable, comfortable, attractive and cool to wear. Only Nabes users can see that they are suing a video eyewear. Yes, you will be watching your favorite TV show or movie with stereo music unaware to people around you.
Nabes has developed its virtual video eyewear using its unique patents. The company has been in sunglasses industry for a while. It has well employed its expertise in producing the fashionable video eyewear. It will be a great pick for you as no one around you in a flight or anywhere else will identify you as watching something else inside. Well, people will just see you as using a pair of Nabes sunglasses.
You can enjoy video on a virtual 75-inch screen while wearing the video eyewear. Even while doing this, you can retain peripheral vision to stay aware of people around you. Contents – games or movies – can be streamed from your smartphone, music player, tablet of any other devices. Nabes has shown off the video eyewear as a better way you can shun away from viewer fatigue of continuously looking into the cramped displays of your iPhone, iPod or iPad.
According to the sunglasses firm, the Patented Nabes video eyewear system is the first attempt to slot in an eyewear to a pair of sunglasses. Along with having a stylish look, you can now enjoy a personal, theater-like entertainment experience anywhere. The video eyewear is so lightweight that you can carry it around and use in any places. Certainly, you can make your dull moments like a long flight, waiting in a room or traveling in a car highly enjoyable.
Nabes LLC has been in the fashion video sunglasses industry since its inception in 2010. Its charismatic CEO and founder Bob Spaller has been an avid designer of stylish sunglasses. The company is now a step ahead to merge advanced video eyewear in its products. The startup firm has presented the project on Kickstarter looking for funds. So far, Nabes has collected $2,855 out of its pledged goal of $30,000 from nine backers on the funding site.