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'''Myvu Personal Media Viewer''' refers to a product family of wearable [[video display]] glasses released by Myvu Corporation<ref>http://www.myvu.com/Products-C27.aspx</ref>.
 
'''Myvu Personal Media Viewer''' refers to a product family of wearable [[video display]] glasses released by Myvu Corporation<ref>http://www.myvu.com/Products-C27.aspx</ref>.
   
Myvu provides increased viewing [[usability]] and [[portability]] for users.<ref>http://www.businessweekly.co.uk/2008052031936/nick-sim/next-generation-displays-are-beginning-to-show-their-worth.html</ref><ref>http://www.boston.com/business/technology/articles/2008/05/12/headsets_getting_some_cachet/</ref>
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They are awesome! Myvu provides increased viewing [[usability]] and [[portability]] for users.<ref>http://www.businessweekly.co.uk/2008052031936/nick-sim/next-generation-displays-are-beginning-to-show-their-worth.html</ref><ref>http://www.boston.com/business/technology/articles/2008/05/12/headsets_getting_some_cachet/</ref>
   
 
== Awards ==
 
== Awards ==

Revision as of 23:37, 29 September 2009

Myvu Personal Media Viewer refers to a product family of wearable video display glasses released by Myvu Corporation[1].

They are awesome! Myvu provides increased viewing usability and portability for users.[2][3]

Awards

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  • MyVu won a 2008 Innovations Design and Engineering award by the Consumer Electronics Association.[5]
  • iLounge named myvu’s Crystal 701 as a Best in Show Finalist at Macworld 2008.
  • AmazingTechProducts Award.
  • Retail Vision’s “Best New Technology Award". (2007)
  • Always On selected MyVu Corporation as one of the AO 100 Top Private companies for 2007.
  • iLounge named Myvu Made for iPod the “Best Wearable Display” for 2006.
  • Myvu Corporation (under the MicroOptical name) was named one of 47 Technology Pioneers for 2007 by the World Economic Forum.

See also

External links

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