1995 Virtual Reality IO I-Glasses

Back in 1995 this was one of the first affordable home VR headsets along with the Victormaxx Cybermaxx and the ForteVR VFX-1.

The small and lightweight design made it comfortable to wear, but the enormous cable from the VGA-box to the Computer, the box itself, the cable to the glasses and the power supply rendered it a too large package to really “take everywhere”. They still work fine today, but the maximum input resolution of 640×480 makes a modern Windows Vista Desktop appear a bit crowded. For today’s standards the resolution and color depth are a bit too low to really enjoy watching 3D movies, but you might be able to try out some games by setting your screen resolution to 640×480 in your game, enabling 3D and setting 3D effect to “interlaced”.