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    Meet Glyph, a headset that beams video into your eyes



    (CNN) -- Forget about the big screen, the small screen and even the second screen.
    A headset due to be released this year promises to beam movies, video games or even video calls directly into your eyeballs.
    Yes. The Glyph headset, from Ann Arbor, Michigan-based Avegant, will create visuals that don't need a screen -- just your retinas and your brain.
    If that conjures up exciting images of living like "Star Trek's" Geordi La Forge or Cyclops from "The X Men," you're not alone.
    A Kickstarter campaign was launched last month and set out to raise $250,000 to bankroll the project. It blew past that mark with ease and, with half a month left, was on the verge of breaking the $1 million mark Wednesday.
    "We knew we had something really cool and that we'd do well on Kickstarter, but nobody thought we'd hit our goal in less than four hours," said Edward Tang, Avegant's CEO. "It's like ordering flowers for your girlfriend and they show up with a whole truck full of flowers."
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    Oh great another useless entertainment gimmick from A2. I regret having lived there already. I want to know when someone will invent a pc peripheral that can take raw materials and combine them into the compound that you want from an application that you are running on your pc. Now that will be a boon to all of us.
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    But, wait. Mom always said not to sit too close to the TV set. And we all know that bleary-eyed feeling we get from staring at a smartphone or tablet for too long. Won't this be worse?

    Quite the opposite, Tang said.

    He said eye fatigue comes from staring at the artificial, pixelated light from our screens. Remove the screen, remove the problem.

    At least you don't have to worry about going blind.
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