Pros The biggest pro is that it is on the market now and provides quality 3D
- very large simulated screen view
- easy to stream content onto (even self made content)
- full resolution to each eye
- very immersive
Cons The cons grossly outweigh the positives for me
- headgear is heavy, obtrusive, adjustable (but not enough) and LARGE
- the 3D had very little depth and only slight "pop" (in the Smurfs example I saw)
- price is prohibitory
- you look like a cyborg
Summary I tried the unit at CES and spend some time afterwards talking with other people who tried it. I am in the business of 3D without glasses (content creation, conversion, displays and the like) so i usually stay far away from the "glasses" but these had some promise for gaming. I think some people are going to love this thing but most people are going to hate it. I appreciate the small innovation and look forward to actual progression when it comes.... glasses free 3D
Pros It is confortable and the image is vibrant.
Cons It is not 1080p.
Summary 1) First thing, contrary to the other user review, it is 800$, not 1500$ like he wrote. Sony sells it directly for 800$. The price on Amazon is crazy
2) If you fit the headset properly, you don't feeel it anymore. Pain and discomfort only happens if it's loose so the weight rests on your nose or forehead. There are bands that go around your head to distribute the weight and if they are snug, it's very easy to wear.
3) Image is sharp, but again, if you fit it properly. Don't forget, the screens are inches from you. Of course it will go out of focus quicker if the headset moves.
4) I watched the whole Phantom of the Opera musical on it (shy of three hours). There was no discomfort that I felt during the whole sitting.
5) Best way to watch it: on a lounge chair.
Pros If you consider portability a quality...
Cons Price? Uncomfortable? Fragile? What else...
Summary The image is not that good, $1500 bucks? Better buy a 85" Mitsubishi TV and share the joy with a crowd!