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Review of the Vufine Wearable Display

Vufine wearable display

How often do you find yourself wishing you had an additional screen to see something during the day or at night? If you are like most people, a second screen can come in very handy. This is especially true when you are at work or even during your commute. The Vufine wearable display is a 4″ head mounted display that can solve this dilemma for you! This item is like video display glasses. It will create that second screen you have been wishing for. The display will also make your life much easier in the process.

The Vufine wearable display is a high-definition wearable display. It works with almost any type of technology. I have discovered you do not need to jump through any hoops to use it either. All I have needed to do is attach it to a device via the HDMI cord and the screen magically appeared. 

head mounted display
Vufine head mounted display

Well, I guess I did need to do one more thing and that was attach head mounted display device to my glasses. But that was super simple and took no time at all! From there, it was like I was wearing video display glasses without all the extra bulk.

Once you have the Vufine wearable display hooked up to use, the screen in front of you will appear to be four inches in size. It is actually an LCOS panel and everything shows up crystal clear. And since this LCOS panel screen is only approximately twelve inches from your eyes, you won’t struggle to see what is on it. 

I love the three different display modes that are available with the Vufine wearable display. It is easy to switch between the three using the power button and I do it quite often. The reason I use them all is they all offer something unique for the different things I do.

The standard display is perfect for anything basic that just requires 16:9 viewing without any alterations. However, the fit display is best for landscape viewing at 4:3 with a 33% increase in picture size. The zoom display is for those portrait viewings at 4:3 that you want 77% larger. 


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I know I have yet to use the Vufine wearable display for everything it is capable for. However, I have tested it out with my work, while at home, and when I am out and about. I don’t have multiple monitors for my work, which is sometimes a terrible thing when I am researching and need more than one window open on my computer at a time. I used to drive myself crazy, switching between the tabs, and writing things down so I wouldn’t forget them. Now, I simply turn on these video display glasses and have all the information I need right in front of me! 

At home, I use my head mounted display when I am working out. Or when I am washing the dishes and my wife asks a question I don’t have the answer to. It gives me a visual, so I can explain the answer further if needed and keep on washing. This works best with geography and math, definitely math!

I don’t have a commute, since my office is inside my home. However, I am always out doing something, and I can’t tell you how wonderful it is to have a second screen almost immediately. When a client needs an answer, I can pull the information they are questioning up on my Vufine wearable display. This ensures I am meeting their needs quickly without losing out on the fun I am having. 

I have even been known to turn on my Vufine wearable device to watch a television show or movie when someone else is driving! Using with my drone is just amazing. It may be worth considering getting one in the future.

About Richard

Richard Webb is an entrepreneur, fitness author of Fat Burning Secrets (available on Amazon), bodybuilder, blogger of fitness & technology, and a digital nomad working mainly from Mexico and travels frequently to Texas and California. He has 25 years experience working in software technology, so he truly considers himself as an unusual combination of bodybuilder-tech nerd.

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