In T3, Arnold Schwarzenegger sees not only people and places, but also information scrolling in front of his eyes. As futuristic as that sounds, the ability to view data while wearing shades and walking down the street is a reality.
Eyetop sunglasses allow wearers to see images projected on a high-resolution miniature screen positioned in one lens. So, instead of holding up your palm pilot to read a downloaded book, you can just put on your shades.
The glasses — a splurge at $699.99 — plug into just about anything equipped with a video output, such as portable video players and TVs, digital cameras, digital camcorders and PDAs, which feed the images onto the glasses' screen.