Sony Keynote - Video Glasses and Rollup TVs
After Tom Hank’s fun snarky intro to Sony’s omnipotence in the electronics and content market, we were treated to Sony’s vision for upcoming products. It started with glasses with a portion of the lens devoted to little video screens. Imagine walking through your real life while watching a picture-in-picture movie.
Sony head honcho, Sir Howard Stringer showed a flexible OLED screen—a video display that could bend and ultimately be developed into a TV so thin and flexible that it could roll up.
We’ve been seeing more and more 3D video in the past year. And Sony is diving right in. They showed a varied demonstration of 3D movies, Blu-ray, and gaming. The 3D was pretty good. There was no double vision, and some of the objects actually came toward me and made me blink. We are moving out of the 2nd dimension and Sony has a big interest in it. And if past keynotes are any indication, most of these innovations will arrive within the next ten years.