The following is a list of eyewear devices that have projection systems and optical technology to display video. It's important to note that virtual reality glasses can display video, but this list includes only devices that are only capable of video projection with no other significant applications. Contact EyeSpeech LLC or the manufacturers below to determine the availability of these devices.

CINEwear Labs CINEshades
CINEwear claims that martphone owners get fatigue watching video on a small screen. The company markets CINEshades™ as a "virtual" private theater you can carry in your pocket to privately watch TV or movies from your smartphone on a 70" virtual big screen with stereo sound. CINEshades is supposedly the first and only patented video sunglass system with a variety of cool fashionable sunglasses and our tiny patented clip-in viewer; the AnyWear™ Theater, is so small others won’t know you’re watching a movie with video eyewear, according to CINEwear. CINEshades gives you a comfortable private theater entertainment experience any where you go. 

Digital Martians Future Lens
The Future Lens was designed to plug into any tablet, handheld, laptop, PC or smartphone. It is marketed as a 98" high quality virtual display to enhance the experience of any app, game or movie wherever you go. According to Digital Martians, the device instantly transforms anything you are viewing into a huge and high quality virtual display. The company claims it is compatible with iOs, Android Os and Windows 2000, XP, 7 and 8 operating systems.

Digital Martians Level Up
The Level Up is marketed as compatible with Xbox 360, Playstation 2, Playstation 3, Wii, iPad, iPhone, iPod, tablets, smartphones, TVs, laptops and more. The company claims it brings the action of video games and movies closer than ever before, on a 50 inch vertual display in front of your eyes. According to Digital Martians, it is a much cheaper altnernative to other virtual cinema screens and will make you feel as if you are sitting in a real movie theater.

Digital Martians Martian Vision
The Martian Vision was designed as a high quality 62 inch virtual screen suitable for playing video games, watching movies, listening to music, browsing photos, reading e-books and more. Martian Vision markets it as safe, fun, easy to use, compact and easy to carry, with an all-black design. Its specifications include 4 GB internal memory, supports TF memory cards up to 32 GB, compatible with MPEG, AVI, RM, RMVB, MOV, MKV, VOB, DAT, MP4 video and WMA, FLAC, APE, AAC, and PlayFX audio. It ships with a hard case, 3.7V (700mAh) built-in battery, user manual, hard case for sunglasses, power adapter, USB cable and AV Cable

Novero Madison
The Madison was designed for compatibility with mobile phones, digital cameras and mp4 players. It is marketed as optimizing the ability to watch video on the go. According to Novero, its engineers used "optical technology to create the experience of watching a 30" TV, projected 2 m in front of you, and the latest OLED display technology ensures you benefit from a quality visual experience, whenever and wherever you wish." The device has 2 GB memory onboard.

Sony HMM-3000MT
The HMM-3000MT targets surgeons who perform laparoscopic surgery. This eyewear provides an image processing unit capable of receiving and outputting endoscope image signals, or controlling video images, which can then be displayed in 3D or 2D on an accompanying head-mounted monitor. This monitor can also be purchased separately. In laparoscopic surgery an endoscope is inserted through multiple keyhole incisions in a patient’s abdomen, allowing the surgeon to confirm video images displayed on a monitor in real time, for various open surgery procedures. The device is available in Japan.

Sony HMZ-T2
The HMZ-T2 was designed to provide a personal cinematic home entertainment experience and features twin OLED HD screens, cross-talk free 3D viewing, virtual 5.1 surround sound and adaptable headphones. The device is marketed for playing movies and games in 2D and 3D high definition. Sony claims that the Auto Colour Temperature of the device is much less fatiguing than traditional screens and competing eyewear displays.

Vuzix Wrap 1200
The Wrap 1200 was designed as a 16:9 widescreen 75-inch display, projected to 10 feet (3 m) to provide an unrivalled cinematic experience with 2D or 3D content at home and on the go. Vuzix claims the device provides greater compatibility, flexibility and viewing quality than ever before. "Not only does the Wrap 1200 support both standard 2D video and today's exciting explosion of 3D video, it connects to more media sources in more ways than ever before," according to the company.