Well, thanks to Sony, we're one more step closer to that golden age of auto-dry jackets, talking dogs, and hovering skateboards. reports that the "HMZ- T1" 3D headset is going to be available for purchase at Japanese retailers this November, and will reportedly cost a whopping 60,000 yen (which is $784, or 481 English Pounds). We're not sure how large a 750-inch TV screen really is, but apparently the visor recreates the feeling of seeing one of those from across a room.
Hiroshi Yoshioka, executive deputy president at Sony praised the device back in January, stating:
"As a big gamer myself, I couldn't be excited more than when I first played Gran Turismo 5 with this head-mounted display because nobody, not even my wife, could interrupt me so that I could get a higher score."
PS Lifestyle also says that the device is HDMI compatible, so you can plug it into your TV when your neck starts to ache from the weight.