Goggle Vox

A new British invention, Goggle Vox, promises to do for television what the Sony Walkman did for cassette players. Goggle Vox is a miniature television set that the user wears like a pair of ski goggles. Developed by Willy Johnson and a team of physicists from Loughborough University, Goggle Vox weighs just 400 grammes. Not to be confused with virtual reality machines, 'headgear television' as Mr Johnson calls the concept, can be used to show video films and computer games as well as television programs. Nintendo and Sharp are among the big electronics companies currently queuing up to test Goggle Vox. By the end of the century we will all be able to have our own personal TV!

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