Sony to bring subtitle glasses to US theaters

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Sony Entertainment brings out the Access Glasses to digital theaters in the US. T

hose glasses are compatible with both 2D and 3D movies, and can provide text in up to six different languages for the deaf, also descriptive audio for the blind when they're paired with headphones.

Are these glasses have a better video quality than the current 3D glasses?

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Sony to bring subtitle glasses to US theaters


Sony revealed that they has been working on special subtitle glasses and archived the success to improve the movie watching experience for the people who are deaf.

On 19 April Regal Entertainment and Sony announced that Sony’s new subtitle glasses known as “Entertainment Access Glasses”, is now in Regal Theaters across the U.S. from this month. The glasses are deployed by Q1 2013.

The glasses will work by displaying a green LED text on the lenses and it will appear to be projected on the big screen of the theater. Another advantage of those glasses is it will also be adjustable for text placement, 3D, and language.

For now, the price is still scant for the Entertainment Access Glasses.

This invention of Sony is just bringing a new turn on theaters. And it is so much updated version from the normal 3D glasses.

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