December 17th, 2009, 15:31 Posted By: wraggster
Handheld video games will enter a new age of visual excitement in January at the annual CES trade show with the introduction of the V-Screen from RealViewTM Innovations, a developer of optical technology located in Ireland. Designed specifically for the Sony® PSPTM , the V-Screen provides patented "Depth-Enhancing" screen technology that makes 2-dimensional content appear more clear, bright and realistic than ever before, similar to a 3D experience. The V-Screen will be on display at Booth #5621 North Hall.
A New Visual Experience
The V-Screen uses patented optical technology first developed for the medical world in order to enhance depth cues hidden in existing images. Now video gamers can experience the same depth-enhancement technology with PSPTM 1000, 2000, 3000 and Slim. Equally impressive, the V-Screen doesn't require any software, electronics or head gear. It simply attaches to the PSPTM as a flip-up screen that includes a protective shell to guard the PSPTM from exterior damage.
• Patented Depth-Enhancing Technology Improves Visual Impact of PSPTM Games and Videos
• Works with PSPTM 1000, 2000, 3000, and Slim
• Works with all mediums including video games, videos and movies played on the PSPTM
• Sturdy, Form Fitting Case Protects Screen and PSPTM from Exterior Damage
• Fast, Easy Flip-Up Screen
• No Software or Electronics Required
• Available January 2010
• Suggested Retail $39.99 US
• Booth #5621 North Hall
"The V-Screen offers substantial visual improvement for the PSPTM," stated Eamonn Ansbro, Optical Engineer and Co-Executive Director of RealView Innovations. "Our team of developers has collaborated on an array of technological projects ranging from medical imaging, industrial and military optics, to astronomy and 3D imaging. All that expertise has been used in developing the V-Screen, creating an entirely new visual PSPTM experience."
The V-Screen will be available at retail in the United States and Europe January 2010.
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