CableLabs Innovation Showcase: Avegent's 'virtual retinal display' takes top honors

Think of Avegent's new Glyph as a kind of Oculus Rift, only instead of virtual reality, the wearable device delivers a totally immersive viewer experience from a mobile device using LED technology. "There is no screen, no LCD or OLED ... We're actually mimicking the way you naturally see," says Avegent founder Edward Tang in a presentation to CableLabs' Innovation Showcase, where the "virtual retinal display" tied for top honors. Scroll down the page here to see Avegent's pitch, as well as the other technology presentations delivered at CableLabs Summer Conference in Keystone, Colo.

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