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The MicroOptical display...

On Fri, 19 Nov 1999 linuxguy at wrote:

> Well I hope everyone that attended this last BLU meeting got a kick
> out of the MicroOptical display system. I am curious to to know what
> the attendees thought of the presentation?  Should I continue to
> seek speakers of this sort?
> Personally, I thought the eyeglass display system was wicked cool.

I checked out a couple of 320x240 displays in the past, and I found them
unuseable for real work. The 640x480 display was the first one I've tried
that looks really useable in a sysadmin-oriented wearable, as a laptop
replacement. Once I build my cash buffer back up, I now feel an incentive
to finally put together a wearable.

John Abreau / Executive Director, Boston Linux & Unix 
Email: jabr at / URL:
ICQ#28611923 / AIM abreauj
"Working with NT is like trying to tune a watch wearing oven mitts.
 You can't get your fingers inside like you can with UNIX.

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