It promises three-dimensional content that offers a 360-degree experience in gaming, virtual travel experiences and entertainment content. It's aimed at both children and adults.
The device, which resembles a pair of binoculars with a slot in which users insert their iPod or iPhone, will be priced at $30. It will be available starting next spring at stores where Apple's iPhones and iPod Touches are available.The goggles require the usage of separate apps to view the 3D content. This means that not everything will be in 3D.
This may become one of the next biggest 'things' for the iPhone and iPod touch considering that normal 3D viewing glasses cost much more than these, how ever unfashionable they may be.