Terranigma Well, one thing I've found with the Cinera team is that they are extremely collaborative and responsive to feedback from users, so I would imagine that Stefan is making notes of the general feedback and passing it all back to the engineering team, so they can iron out the most significant issues and eventually design and produce a second-generation model that represents what we the target market are all asking for. They've gotten pretty close with the first-generation model, particularly with these firmware refinements they are making. Any physical issues we might have with the performance/quality of the LCD screens, or any obscuring/blurring/distortion of the screen through the lenses can't be helped at this stage.
There are other headsets (Goovis G2 Cinego) that do the 'compact, all-in-one' solution for portable travel more elegantly than Cinera, but Cinera can potentially be the 'premium experience' headset that offers the overall best quality visuals and comfort for home use (or in hotel rooms, where you can set up an external media player and the support arm).
The number of hotel rooms I stay in that either have a rubbish TV, or the on-demand content is too limited, and I take my own media player (NVIDIA Shield) to play my own content on. I had considered taking a pico projector with me to guarantee a reasonable viewing experience wherever I go, until these headsets became a more viable option.