StereoVision

Description:

Like wearing a pair of wrap-around dark glasses. Each eye sees a separate image for true Stereo Vision (SV). Full peripheral vision for each eye. Each view can be adjusted to correct vision problems in case the wearer needs it. (To eliminate the need we have today to wear glasses or contact-lenses under safety-goggles, faceplate, helmet or whatever.)
StereoVision can be used for watching entertainment broadcasts, computer monitor or seeing through the equipped warrior in combat, sports player, remote-view of home, office, security cameras, the eyes of a monitored villain on parole. (Even a hacked view of anybody with a broadcast capable internal computer, like an internet connection or cell phone implant.)
An SV set can be used with a cell phone. A small telescoping arm is extended forward so a camera can be pointed at the user’s face. Alternately, instead of pulling the telescoping arm out, simply turn the camera to view forward. Either recording through a mirror image or view whatever the wearer is facing.
It is possible to have multiple views. Like several “windows” (as they are called today) open side by side. Around the viewing area is a “thumbnail” style inventory or catalog that a keyboard gloves can point at to enlarge the view.

Bio:

StereoVision

Maintaining PEACE in the galaxy! RodFive