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Operating instructions
Overview
Introduction
Requirements
The multimedia video glasses
Overview
Contents of the package
cinemizer OLED controls
Battery box controls
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2
3
4
5
Usage
Powering on
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Wearing comfort
7
Nose pad adapter
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Ear clips
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Acuity adjustment
9
Earpieces
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Stereo audio jack
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Volume
13
Integrated battery
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Battery status
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Battery charging
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HDMI connection
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iPod/iPhone and iPad connection (30 pin) 20
iPod/iPhone and iPad connection (lightning) 21
Other playback devices via cinch video cable 22
Travel case
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Additional functions
3D support
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3D formats supported 25
OSD settings
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Activation of the OSD
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Navigation in the OSD
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Video
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Aspect
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Contrast
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Info
38
Advanced
39
Exit
41
Accessories
Adapter kit for iPod and iPhone (30 Pin)
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Headtracker (movement sensor)
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Light shield
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Further information
Troubleshooting46
Technical support
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Index
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Introduction
Requirements
ATTENTION: For your own safety, read the complete instructions on the
usage of the cinemizer ® OLED multimedia video glasses in this manual,
the safety information in the quick guide for the cinemizer OLED multimedia video glasses (provided in the package and available from
www.zeiss.com/cinemizer/documents) and the instructions for the
devices to which the cinemizer OLED multimedia video glasses are connected, before you use the cinemizer OLED.
The following are required to use the cinemizer OLED video glasses:
- A device with a USB connection for charging the battery, if necessary,
- A playback device, e.g. a computer, iPod/iPhone, gaming console, etc.
-A connection adapter (HDMI®, iPod/iPhone), or connection cable (3.5mm
4-pin jack to cinch)
!
If a stationary image (e.g. a log-on screen or permanently displayed
image/icon) remains on the screen for an extended period, you may still
see it as a feint residual image, even after the image has been changed.
This is termed "burn-in". For this reason avoid the playback of unchanging images! If feint residual images are visible, they can be eliminated
by playing back varied content that fills the screen.
Registration
Please register at www.zeiss.com/cinemizer/registration to receive
notifications directly when a firmware update is available.
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Introduction
The multimedia video glasses
As you look into the cinemizer OLED video glasses you will obtain the visual impression of a television picture with a screen diagonal of 105 cm at a distance
of 2 metres.
The ergonomic design and simple acuity adjustment between -5 and
+2 dioptres for each eye make the cinemizer OLED video glasses very
convenient to wear, even for the wearers of spectacles.
The stereo 3D support converts the cinemizer OLED multimedia video glasses
into a portable 3D screen of universal application with which you can immerse yourself in virtual worlds.
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Introduction
cinemizer ® OLED at a glance
Contents of the package
Travel case
Battery box
cinemizer-HDMI® adapter
(HDMI® mini jack type C)
HDMI® to mini HDMI®
Adapter cable
Mini USB cable
Video cable 3.5mm to 3 x cinch
cinemizer OLED
Nose pad
Adapter A + B
Earpiece
with ear cap (medium)
Ear caps
(in 2 sizes
small/large)
Ear clip
Quick guide and safety instructions
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Overview
Quick Guide
cinemizer OLED controls
Nose pad
for the ergonomic adjustment of the position of the
glasses
Viewing window
for different eye distances (59-69mm)
Adjustment wheel
for the stepless adjustment of the acuity for each eye
(-5 to +2 dioptres)
Ear clip
for fixing the glasses ergonomically
Removable earpiece
Earpiece storage clip (magnetic)
for the safe storage of the earpieces
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Overview
Battery box controls
cinemizer socket
for the connection of the HDMI® adapter or optionally an iPod/iPhone
adapter
Earpiece jack
for the connection of stereo earpieces (3.5mm)
Reset button
for resetting the video glasses
On/Off button
video glasses
Multifunction switch
for activating the On-Screen Display (OSD), switching between 2D and 3D
mode and for adjusting the volume
Mode LEDs
2D/3D mode display
AV-in jack
for connecting (3.5mm, 4-pin) other playback devices
Battery status LED
charging/battery status display
Mini USB jack
for charging the battery
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Overview
Usage
Powering on the cinemizer OLED video glasses
Power on the cinemizer OLED video glasses by briefly pressing the On/Off button until the mode and then the battery status LEDs illuminate.
If an LED does not illuminate green after pressing the On/Off button, the
battery is probably discharged and you should charge the battery for the
cinemizer OLED video glasses using a USB cable. If the battery has been fully
discharged, it can take up to 15 minutes until the battery status LED starts to
flash on charging the cinemizer OLED via USB.
As long as video signal is not provided via the cinemizer HDMI® adapter or
iPod/iPhone adapter, the text "NO SIGNAL" appears on the virtual screen in
the multimedia video glasses. If a signal is not provided within 2 minutes of
powering on, the cinemizer OLED power off automatically (time out).
Powering off the cinemizer OLED video glasses
If powered on, the cinemizer OLED can be powered off by pressing the On/Off
button. The battery status and video mode LEDs go out.
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Nose pad adapter
The soft silicone nose pad adapter ensures you find it pleasant to wear the
cinemizer OLED glasses on your nose. Due to anatomical differences in the
shapes of faces and noses, comfort can be improved using the optional nose
pad adapters A and B.
The nose pad can be fastened in 3 different ways:
1) Nose pad without adapter
2) Node pad with adapter A
Adapter A
3) Nose pad with adapter B
!
The simplest method is to try all 3 ways and decide
which suits you best.
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Usage
Adapter B
Ear clips
The ear clips for the cinemizer OLED help both to securely attach the glasses to
your head and to reduce the weight on your nose. You can then comfortably
wear and use the cinemizer OLED video glasses for an extended period.
Prior to putting on the cinemizer OLED video glasses, please push the ear clips
a little to the rear, put on the glasses and then push the ear clips from the
rear to your ears.
!
Prior to putting away the cinemizer OLED multimedia video glasses in the
travel case, you should remove the ear clips and place them loose in
the travel case. In this way the ear clips are not subjected to mechanical
forces that may irreparably damage them.
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Usage
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3
Acuity
The cinemizer OLED video glasses offer stepless adjustment of the acuity in the
range from -5 to +2 dioptres. In this way wearers of spectacles with the need
for eyesight correction in this range can use the cinemizer OLED video glasses
without using their spectacles. Before you adjust the acuity, you should have
adjusted the nose pad and the ear clips to suit you. You can continuously
correct the dioptres separately for each eye using an adjustment wheel. However it is not possible to correct astigmatism.
!
Please turn the adjustment wheel until the picture is sharp.
For this purpose close one eye while you make the adjustment for the
other eye.
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Earpieces
You can enjoy stereo sound with the cinemizer OLED using the two earpieces.
1. Connect earpieces
The earpiece connectors are connected as shown in figures 1-3.
First the connector is loosely fitted in the 2.5mm jack, then pushed with the
fingernail until it engages, and finally the cable pressed into the cable channel.
1
Insert connector loosely into
the jack.
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2
Push to the stop using your
fingernail.
3
Press cable into the cable
channel.
2. Use earpieces
With the glasses opened, please take the earpieces out of the magnetic storage clips and put on the cinemizer OLED glasses. Please insert the earpieces in
your ears.
The rubberised ear caps fitted to the earpieces are important for the correct
seating of the earpieces.
Ear caps
Ear caps in three different sizes are included with the earpieces: small (S),
medium (M) and large (L). Please try the different sizes and decide which size
is most suitable for you. The medium-sized ear caps are fitted in the factory.
Proceed as follows to fit different size ear caps:
1
Pull the ear cap off the earpiece.
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2
Push the different size ear cap
onto the earpiece.
Stereo audio jack
If you want to use your own stereo earphones, you can connect them to the
3.5mm stereo audio jack provided.
In this case please remove the cinemizer OLED earpieces as shown in the
figure below.
1
Remove cable from the
cable channel.
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2
Press briefly using your
fingernail.
3
Tilt slightly to remove the
connector.
Volume
You can change the volume of the cinemizer OLED video glasses using the
multifunction switch.
+
-
+
On the usage of an iPod or iPhone with the cinemizer OLED glasses, the
volume control on the iPod or iPhone is inhibited. On some iPod or iPhone
models, the volume may still be indicated on the display if the volume buttons are actuated, but the volume in the cinemizer OLED will not change.
!
With an iPod or iPhone connected you can only adjust the volume on
the cinemizer OLED.
Each time you change the volume, the volume symbol will be displayed
briefly on the virtual screen in the cinemizer OLED glasses.
Mute
Lowest volume
Maximum volume
A total of 11 different volume settings and a mute setting are available. Each
time you power on the cinemizer OLED video glasses the volume is set to the
default volume, which is 50% of the maximum volume.
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Usage
Integrated battery
The integrated battery allows you to use the cinemizer OLED glasses for up to 6
hours while you are travelling. The battery must have been fully charged prior to
use. It takes approx. 2.5 hours to charge the battery.
Connection Operating time in hours
Video cable
6
iPod/iPhone6
HDMI®2.5
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Battery status
When the cinemizer OLED is powered on, the battery status LED indicates to
you the charge status of the battery. Low battery capacity is signalled by an
orange (critical) or red (very critical) LED.
If the battery status LED illuminates red or orange, you should try to charge
the battery using a USB cable.
Battery status LEDBattery status
Illuminated red
T he battery capacity is very low and therefore it is imperative the battery is
charged. Depending on the playback device and the connection used (HDMI®,
iPod, video), the battery will be able to supply power for max. 30 minutes.
Illuminated orange
The battery capacity is low and therefore the battery should be charged.
Depending on the playback device and the connection used (HDMI®, iPod,
video), the battery will be able to supply power for max. 60 minutes.
Illuminated green
The battery for the cinemizer OLED video glasses is charged. Depending on the
playback device and the connection used (HDMI®, iPod, video), the cinemizer OLED can be operated portably for up to 6 hours.
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If the battery charge drops below one of the two limits (orange, red) during operation, the related battery symbol will be displayed on the screen in
orange or red.
Charging recommended
Very critical charge status
Charging recommended
Charging imperative
With the cinemizer OLED powered on, the battery symbol is also displayed
briefly in the glasses if the volume is changed using the multifunction switch.
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Battery charging
To charge the cinemizer OLED battery you can connect the USB cable supplied
to either a computer or a USB mains power supply plug. It is recommended
to ensure the power source supplies at least 500 mA (e.g. USB 2.0).
While you charge the cinemizer OLED battery, the battery status LED flashes.
The colour of the flashing battery status LED indicates the battery capacity in
3 different colours.
If the battery is completely discharged, the battery status LED will not flash
immediately when the video glasses are connected using a USB cable. Please
leave the cinemizer OLED video glasses connected to the PC via the USB cable
for at least 15 minutes. Then disconnect the USB cable and connect again.
The charging function is continued and the battery status LED illuminates.
The charging activity is indicated in the on-screen display by a progress bar
in the battery symbol. This symbol is only visible if the volume is changed
using the multifunction switch.
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Battery status LED
Battery status
Flashing redThe battery capacity is very low. After charging for
approx. 40 minutes the colour of the battery status
LED will change from red to orange.
Flashing orangeThe battery charging status has reaches a state
that is sufficient for approx. 1-3 hours of operation
depending on the playback device and the connection used.
Flashing green
The battery capacity is almost fully charged.
The battery is fully charged when the battery status LED no longer flashes,
but instead is continuously illuminated green.
Please read the safety instructions on the rechargeable battery in the section
"Safety and usage" in the short guide included in the package.
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Usage
HDMI® connection
The cinemizer OLED multimedia video glasses are supplied with a cinemizerHDMI® adapter. Using this adapter the video glasses can be connected, e.g.
to games consoles, Blu-ray players or other playback devices with an HDMI®
interface.
HDMI® to mini HDMI®
adapter cable
cinemizer-HDMI® adapter
HDMI® mini jack (type C)
HDMI® cable
(is not included!)
Connector type is dependent on the
playback device
Games console
Blu-ray player
Connect the HDMI® adapter to the battery box for the cinemizer OLED and
connect your playback device using an appropriate HDMI® cable. The jack on
the cinemizer-HDMI® adapter is compliant with the mini HDMI® specification (type C). Please check the type (A, C or D) of HDMI® jack on the playback device before you purchase an HDMI® cable. Suitable HDMI® cables or
adapters are available in any online electronics shop or electronics dealer.
The cinemizer-HDMI® adapter supports the following resolutions:
480p/576p
1280 x 720p 50/60Hz
1920 x 1080i 50/60Hz
1920 x 1080p 50/60Hz
1920 x 1080p
24Hz
In addition the 3D mode as per the HDMI® 1.4 specification for the resolutions 720p and 1080p is supported.
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Usage
iPod/iPhone connection
To use the cinemizer OLED multimedia video glasses with an iPod or iPhone an
"Adapter Kit for iPod and iPhone" is available. This accessory kit, available
from dealers or online shops (www.zeiss.com/cinemizer/shops), contains an
adapter and a base plate with 3 retaining pads; these pads are placed one
on top of the other on the base plate depending on the thickness of the iPod
or iPhone model used. The cinemizer OLED multimedia video glasses support
all iPod and iPhone models capable of video playback.
The cinemizer OLED multimedia video glasses support the "composite" and
"component" video signals supplied by iPod and iPhone models. Depending
on which video signal (576i, 480i, 576p, 480p) your iPod or iPhone supplies,
the iPod/iPhone automatically communicates with the cinemizer OLED video
glasses to provide the best image quality.
Retaining pad(s)
iPod/iPhone base plate
Battery box
iPod/iPhone adapter
Should the retention properties of the retaining pads become less effective,
you should wash off particles of dirt from the retaining pads using a little soap and water. Please do not use brushes as these could damage the
surface of the nano pads.
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Connection of smartphones and tablets via MHL and Lightning
New iPod, iPhone and iPad models with the Lighting connector are not
mechanically compatible with the cinemizer adapter kit for iPod and iPhone.
Smartphones and tablets with, e.g., the Android or iOS operating system
transmit the contents of the display digitally via an HDMI interface to the
exterior.
These new Apple models profit from digital video transmission and can be
connected to the cinemizer OLED via HDMI using the Apple „Lightning Digital
AV Adapter“. Other manufacturers of smartphones or tablets (e.g. Samsung,
Motorola etc.) sell so-called MHL adapters that in turn permit connection to
the cinemizer OLED via HDMI. Exceptional image quality is achieved by the
digital image transmission. Normally the complete contents of the display are
also transmitted digitally to the cinemizer OLED multimedia glasses, a feature
that makes possible mobile video and also mobile gaming with breath-taking
image quality.
Lightning or MHL to HDMI
adapter cable
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Usage
Other playback devices via cinch video cable
All playback devices that output a "video composite" signal via the familiar
yellow cinch jack can be connected (e.g. DVD players, mobile phones, smartphones, games consoles, multimedia hard disks, camcorders, digital reflect
cameras, etc.) using the 3.5 mm AV-In jack integrated into the cinemizer OLED
battery box.
A video cable is required for this connection; this cable in included
in the package and is available from dealers or online shops
(www.zeiss.com/cinemizer/shops).
!
Please note that the iPod/iPhone or HDMI adapter must be removed on playback via the AV-In jack!
On purchasing a video cable, it is IMPERATIVE you pay attention to the correct PIN assignment.
Pin 1 = GND/Common
Pin 2 = Video
Pin 3 = Audio right
Pin 4 = Audio left
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Travel case
To protect the cinemizer OLED multimedia video glasses during transport, you
can place them in the travel case supplied.
Prior to placing the cinemizer OLED multimedia video glasses in the travel
case, you should remove the ear clips and place them loose in the travel
case. In this way the ear clips are not subjected to mechanical forces that
may irreparably damage them.
Please proceed as follows:
1) First pull the ear clips
off the two arms.
2) Place the glasses with
the arms folded in the
travel case.
3) Wind the cable
around the glasses.
4) Place the black battery box with
the adapter connected adapter and the
ear clips removed previously
on the cinemizer OLED and
close the travel case.
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4.
Additional functions
3D support
The cinemizer OLED multimedia video glasses support real 3D. This feature is
also termed stereo 3D or stereoscopic 3D.
A stereoscopic 3D video or image always contains 2 images:
1. The perspective from the point of view of the left eye and
2. The perspective from the point of view of the right eye.
Left retinal image
of left half of the stereo image
Right retinal image
of right half of the stereo image
L
On supply with 3D content with the 3D mode activated, the cinemizer OLED
displays the related image for the left and right eye. I.e. the images are
separated as appropriate from the content played back and adapted for the
left and right display.
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R
After powering on the 2D video mode
is set by default. You can change between
the 2D and 3D video mode by pressing the
multifunction switch for approx. 3 seconds.
The 3D mode is signalled by the blue mode LED.
2D mode
3D mode
If a device is connected via the HDMI® interface and this playback device
is able to provide 3D via HDMI® 1.4 (frame packing), it is not possible to
switch manually between 2D and 3D in the cinemizer OLED glasses. In this
case the playback device takes over the signalling of 2D or 3D content and
the cinemizer OLED switches over automatically. You must set whether you
want 2D or 3D on the playback device, e.g. Blu-ray player, PS3 etc.
After switching over to the 3D mode, the 3D mode LED ( ) illuminates and
the 2D mode LED ( ) goes out.
The following table shows the type of playback that supports 3D formats and
the recommended formats.
Connection
Video source
External AV In
Resolution
3.5 mm
iPhone (1G)
iPod touch 1G
iPod/iPhone adapter
iPod 5th gen
Video mode
✓
-
-
-
720 x 480i
NTSC composite
✓
-
-
-
✓
-
-
-
✓
-
-
-
✓
-
-
-
✓
✓
-
-
✓
✓
-
-
720 x 576i
Component interlaced
720 x 480i
576i / 480i
iPhone 4
720 x 576p
Component progressive
iPod touch 2G/3G
720 x 480p
576p / 480p
480p/576p
HDMI® playback device
✓
✓
-
-
✓
✓
-
-
SD
✓
✓
-
-
1280 x 720p 50/60Hz
HD ready 720p
✓
✓
-
-
1920 x 1080i 50/60Hz
HD 1080i interlaced
✓
-
-
-
Full HD 1080p
-
✓
✓
-
1920 x 1080p 24Hz
Full HD 1080p24 (cinema)
-
-
-
-
1920 x 1440p 60Hz
HDMI® 1.4 720p frame
-
-
-
✓
1920 x 2160 24Hz
HDMI® 1.4 1080p frame
-
-
-
✓
1920 x 1080p 50/60Hz
Table 1 - 3D formats supported by the cinemizer
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Line interleave HDMI® 1.4
PAL composite
iPod nano 3G - 5G
HDMI® adapter
Top/bottom
720 x 576i
iPhone 3G/3Gs
iPod/iPhone adapter
3D format
Side-by-side
Additional functions
OLED
multimedia video glasses (recommended 3D formats ✓)
The cinemizer OLED video glasses save the last 3D format setting used.
You will find general information on the topic of "Stereo 3D" on the cinemizer OLED homepage www.zeiss.com/cinemizer/3d.
If you activate the 3D mode with a long press on the multifunction switch,
please ensure specially formatted 3D content is available and you have set
the correct 3D format on the OSD.
The cinemizer OLED multimedia video glasses do not convert normal films or
games to 3D. The cinemizer OLED multimedia video glasses support, depending on the playback and resolution, the following standard 3D formats:
a) "Side-by-side" – also known as "Parallel" The related stereo images
are reduced to 50% of the original width so that both images fit in one
video frame.
Left retinal image
of left half of the stereo image
Right retinal image
of right half of the
stereo image
L
R
b) "Top/bottom"
The related stereo images are reduced to 50% of the original height so that
both images fit in one video frame.
Left retinal image
of left half of the stereo image
L
Right retinal image
of right half of the
stereo image
R
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c) Line interleaved
The related stereo images are reduced to 50% of the original height so that
both images fit in one video frame.
1. Line left
2. Line right
etc.
d) Frame packing
2 complete images
using frame packing
(HDMI® 1.4)
L
R
You can set the appropriate 3D format ("Side-by-side", "Top/bottom" or "Line
interleaved") using the On-Screen Display (OSD). This does not apply for
stereo 3D content provided via HDMI® using frame packing (HDMI® 1.4).
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OSD settings
Activation of the OSD
You can change the settings for the multimedia
video glasses using the integrated On-Screen
Display (OSD). The on-screen display is a menu
displayed in the virtual image generated by the
video glasses.
You can activate the OSD by briefly pressing the
multifunction switch.
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
Side-by-Side (L/R)
Side-by-Side (R/L)
Top/Bottom (L/R)
Top/Bottom (R/L)
INFO
Connection
Status
ttt
ADVANCED
Auto Adjust
Man. Adjust
Man. Adjust
Brightness Bal
EXIT
The menu page on the left contains the main
menu and the menu page on the right contains
the settings menu. The green bar always indicates the actual position of the cursor, which
is either on the main menu or on the settings
menu.
If you do not undertake any actions with the
OSD activated, the OSD disappears automatically after 7 seconds.
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Back
Navigation in the OSD
After activation of the OSD you can navigate up
and down on the main menu by pushing the
multifunction switch in the appropriate direction.
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
Side-by-Side (L/R)
Side-by-Side (R/L)
Top/Bottom (L/R)
Top/Bottom (R/L)
INFO
Connection
Status
ttt
Back
ADVANCED
Auto Adjust
Man. Adjust
Man. Adjust
Brightness Bal
EXIT
As you navigate up and down on the main
menu, the current setting on the settings menu
is displayed marked by a light-blue bar.
To make settings in a specific menu item, please
navigate to this point on the main menu and
then press the multifunction switch.
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
Auto
16 : 9
4:3
Zoom
INFO
Connection
Status
ttt
Back
ADVANCED
Auto Adjust
Man. Adjust
Man. Adjust
Brightness Bal
EXIT
The cursor then jumps from the main menu to
the settings menu. Make the necessary settings
on the settings menu by pushing the multifunction switch in the appropriate direction. The
setting is applied by pressing once. With the exception of the two menu items "Horizontal Man.
Adjust" and "Vertical Man. Adjust", the active
cursor then changes back to the main menu.
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VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
Auto
16 : 9
4:3
Zoom
INFO
Connection
Status
ttt
ADVANCED
Auto Adjust
Man. Adjust
Man. Adjust
Brightness Bal
EXIT
Back
If you do not want to make any changes or do
not want to apply the changes, move the cursor to the " ttt Back" field and confirm by
pressing the multifunction switch or wait until
the OSD disappears after approx. 7 seconds.
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
Side-by-Side (L/R)
Side-by-Side (R/L)
Top/Bottom (L/R)
Top/Bottom (R/L)
INFO
Connection
Status
ttt
ADVANCED
Auto Adjust
Man. Adjust
Man. Adjust
Brightness Bal
EXIT
In the case of the two menu items
Man. Adjust,
Man. Adjust,
the changes must be specifically confirmed using "Store settings".
It the changes are not confirmed using "Store settings" (by pressing the
multifunction switch once), the changes are not applied.
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Back
Video
3D-Mode
The supported 3D formats are displayed on the settings menu for selection as a
function of the device connected and the resolution used. If a device is not yet connected, it is not possible to change to the 3D mode settings menu. In this case this
main menu item is not available.
!
Important: the 3D formats supported depend on the resolution used and the
playback device or adapter used. An overview of the 3D format supported is
given in section 4 in "3D support".
If a 3D video played back in side-by-side or top/bottom in the cinemizer OLED is not
cleanly separated in the middle, a small amount of the image content for one eye
will be seen in the other eye in the 3D mode. This problem can be corrected using
the "Horizontal Man. Adjust" function for side-by-side or "Vertical Man.
Adjust" for top/bottom.
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Side-by-Side (L/R)
The default 3D mode is set to "Side-by-Side
(L/R)", as this is the most common 3D format.
With this format the left sub-image displays the
perspective from the point of view of the left
eye and the right sub-image the perspective
from the point of view of the right eye.
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
Side-by-Side (L/R)
Side-by-Side (R/L)
Top/Bottom (L/R)
Top/Bottom (R/L)
INFO
Connection
Status
ttt
Back
ADVANCED
Auto Adjust
Man. Adjust
Man. Adjust
Brightness Bal
L
R
EXIT
Side-by-Side (L/R)
Side-by-Side (R/L)
With the format "Side-by-Side (R/L)" the perspectives are reversed compared to the previous
3D format.
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
Side-by-Side (L/R)
Side-by-Side (R/L)
Top/Bottom (L/R)
Top/Bottom (R/L)
INFO
Connection
Status
ttt
Back
ADVANCED
Auto Adjust
Man. Adjust
Man. Adjust
Brightness Bal
R
L
EXIT
Side-by-Side (R/L)
With both side-by-side variants (L/R and R/L) the related stereo images are reduced
to 50% of the original width so that both images fit in one video frame.
An overview of the resolutions that support the 3D format side-by-side is given in the section "3D
support".
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Top/Bottom (L/R)
Another 3D format supported is the so-called
"top/bottom" 3D format. With this format the
perspectives (left/right) are arranged one above
the other.
L
R
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
Side-by-Side (L/R)
Side-by-Side (R/L)
Top/Bottom (L/R)
Top/Bottom (R/L)
INFO
Connection
Status
ttt
Back
ADVANCED
Auto Adjust
Man. Adjust
Man. Adjust
Brightness Bal
EXIT
Top/Bottom (L/R)
Top/Bottom (R/L)
If the perspectives (left/right) of your 3D film or
3D game are arranged such that "top" forms
the right perspective and "bottom" forms the
left perspective, then please select the mode
"Top/Bottom (R/L)".
R
L
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
Side-by-Side (L/R)
Side-by-Side (R/L)
Top/Bottom (L/R)
Top/Bottom (R/L)
INFO
Connection
Status
ttt
Back
ADVANCED
Auto Adjust
Man. Adjust
Man. Adjust
Brightness Bal
EXIT
Top/Bottom (R/L)
With both top/bottom variants (L/R and R/L) the related stereo images are reduced
to 50% of the original height so that both images fit in one video frame.
An overview of the resolutions that support the 3D format top/bottom is given in the section "3D
support".
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Line interleaved
On the provision of "line interleaved" 3D content, the left and right perspectives are nested
alternately in each other. I.e. a line with the left
perspective is followed with a line for the right
perspective etc.
L R
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
Interleaved (L/R)
Interleaved (R/L)
Top/Bottom (L/R)
Top/Bottom (R/L)
INFO
Connection
Status
ttt
Back
ADVANCED
Auto Adjust
Man. Adjust
Man. Adjust
Brightness Bal
EXIT
Line interleaved (L/R)
If the left and right perspectives are reversed,
you can select the format "Interleaved (R/L)"
on the settings menu. In this case it is expected
that a line for the right image is provided first
followed by a line for the left image etc.
R L
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
Interleaved (L/R)
Interleaved (R/L)
Top/Bottom (L/R)
Top/Bottom (R/L)
INFO
Connection
Status
ttt
Back
ADVANCED
Auto Adjust
Man. Adjust
Man. Adjust
Brightness Bal
EXIT
Line interleaved (R/L)
With both line interleaved variants (L/R and R/L) the related stereo images are reduced to 50% of
the original height so that both images fit in one video frame.
An overview of the resolutions that support the 3D format line interleaved is given in the section
"3D support".
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HDMI® 1.4 - frame packing
In the case of HDMI® 1.4, unlike the previous
3D formats (side-by-side, top/bottom and line
interleaved) 2 complete images are transmitted
in the so-called "frame packing format". This is
only possible using the standard HDMI® 1.4. If
a film or game in 3D is provided via HDMI® 1.4,
the 3D mode in the cinemizer OLED video glasses
is activated automatically. It is not possible or
necessary to switch to the 3D mode, as the
playback device signals whether the content is
in 2D or 3D format. It is therefore not necessary to make any changes on the menu item
"3D-Mode". In this case the settings menu is
not available.
L
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
INFO
Connection
Status
ADVANCED
Auto Adjust
Man. Adjust
Man. Adjust
Brightness Bal
R
2 complete images using frame packing
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EXIT
Interleaved (L/R)
Interleaved (R/L)
Top/Bottom (L/R)
Top/Bottom (R/L)
ttt
Back
Aspect
The aspect ratio defines the ratio between the lengths of the sides of the
image for films or games. Using the "Aspect" menu you can set the aspect
ratio for the image displayed. This setting is available for iPod and iPhone
and in the case of playback via the AV video cable. But not in the case of
HDMI®. The default setting is "Auto" and stands for automatic detection
and setting. Normally signals are provided by the playback device that
make it possible to identify the image aspect ratio for the film or game
played. If this signal is not available, you can set manually the aspect
ratio you prefer (16:9/4:3).
16 : 9
4:3
Auto
The cinemizer OLED detects the aspect ratio signal defined by the playback device and adjust
the aspect ratio correspondingly. If this aspect
ratio signal is not available, the "4:3" aspect
ratio is set automatically.
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
Auto
16 : 9
4:3
Zoom
INFO
Connection
Status
ttt
Back
ADVANCED
Auto Adjust
Man. Adjust
Man. Adjust
Brightness Bal
EXIT
16:9
With this setting you can change the aspect
ratio to the wide screen format 16:9.
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
Auto
16 : 9
4:3
Zoom
ttt
4:3
With this setting you can change the aspect
ratio to 4:3.
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
Auto
16 : 9
4:3
Zoom
ttt
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Back
Back
Zoom
This setting enlarges the image horizontally
and vertically. This setting is useful if you have
Blu-ray films in the 21:9 format and as a result
there are black bars at the top and bottom.
This option can be switched on to see a full
screen image. This setting is only possible with
1080p/24Hz.
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
Auto
16 : 9
4:3
Zoom
INFO
Connection
Status
ttt
Back
ADVANCED
Auto Adjust
Man. Adjust
Man. Adjust
Brightness Bal
EXIT
!
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The aspect ratio can also be set on the majority of playback devices. Please read the related
section in the manual for your playback device.
If you are using an iPod and change the aspect ratio with the device connected and in operation, it is imperative you ensure the film or video is re-started, as a change in the aspect
ratio during playback will not be detected by the iPod.
Additional functions
Contrast
The default setting is "Normal" and should
provide the best image quality for the majority
of applications.
In some films with very dark scenes, the setting
"Film" should be selected to obtain better contrast in dark scenes.
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
Normal
Film
INFO
Connection
Status
ttt
Back
ADVANCED
Auto Adjust
Man. Adjust
Man. Adjust
Brightness Bal
EXIT
Info
The two menu items Connection and Status
contain general system parameters.
Settings cannot be made here.
If you select Connection, you will see information on which signal is being played back over
which interface to the cinemizer OLED.
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
Video Input
PAL Video
Adapter
iPod/iPhone
INFO
Connection
Status
ADVANCED
Auto Adjust
Man. Adjust
Man. Adjust
Brightness Bal
EXIT
With the menu item Status selected you can
see the system hardware and software version.
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
INFO
Connection
Status
ADVANCED
Auto Adjust
Man. Adjust
Man. Adjust
Brightness Bal
EXIT
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Additional functions
Firmware version
9.5.1
Hardware version
iPod/iPhone
0.2
Advanced
The settings on the "Advanced" menu normally only need to be changed or
modified in exceptional cases.
Auto Adjust
By activating the "Automatic Adjust" function
the cinemizer OLED is prompted to scan the input
signal and adjust the image if necessary.
This function is only supported in case of
HDMI® playback.
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
Auto adjust
INFO
Connection
Status
ttt
Back
ADVANCED
Auto Adjust
Man. Adjust
Man. Adjust
Brightness Bal
EXIT
Man. Adjust
If the separation of the left and right image is
not exactly in the middle of the original video
you can move the image horizontally using the
manual adjustment function. This function is
particularly useful in case of 3D playback in the
format side-by-side. Select and confirm the
" Shift" element to move the image to the
left. Each time the function is confirmed the
image moves one pixel to the left. Similarly with
"Shift " the image moves one pixel to the
right. The absolute shift is displayed in the line
at the top, e.g. "Shift: +2pixel" and is visible in
the background at the same time.
After changing the image position, it is imperative you confirm this change. For this purpose
click the "Store Setting" field, the active cursor
leaves the settings menu and changes to the
main menu.
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Additional functions
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
Shift:
INFO
Connection
Status
ttt
+2 pixel
t Shift t
Store Setting
 Shift 
Back
ADVANCED
Auto Adjust
Man. Adjust
Man. Adjust
Brightness Bal
EXIT
If you make changes, but do not explicitly
confirm this change using "Store Setting", the
changes are not applied when you leave the
settings menu using "ttt Back" or if do not
undertake any action for 7 seconds and as a
result the OSD disappears automatically.
Man. Adjust
You can change the vertical position of the
image using the function for the manual
vertical adjustment. Select and confirm the
" Shift " element to move the image
upward. Each time the function is confirmed the
image moves up one pixel. Similarly with each
click on " Shift " the image moves down
one pixel. The absolute shift is displayed in the
line at the top, e.g. "Shift: +2 lines" and is
visible in the background at the same time.
After changing the image height, it is imperative you confirm this change. For this purpose
click the "Store Setting" field, the active cursor
leaves the settings menu and changes to the
main menu.
Brightness Bal
If you should perceive different brightness on
the two displays, you can increase or reduce the
brightness to obtain displays with brightness
that is subjectively the same. The two displays
are set in the factory to the same brightness.
For the manual change 6 brightness levels
(+4%, +7%, +10%, -4%, -7%, -10%) are
defined for the right display. As soon as you
navigate to one of the pre-defined brightness
levels, you can see the result already in the
background. If you press the multifunction
switch with a brightness level selected, this
level will be applied.
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Additional functions
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
Shift:
INFO
Connection
Status
ttt
+2 lines
 Shift 
Store Setting
 Shift 
Back
ADVANCED
Auto Adjust
Man. Adjust
Man. Adjust
Brightness Bal
EXIT
If you make changes, but do not explicitly
confirm this change using "Store Setting", the
changes are not applied when you leave the
settings menu using "ttt Back" or if do not
undertake any action for 7 seconds and as a
result the OSD disappears automatically.
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
INFO
Connection
Status
ADVANCED
Auto Adjust
Man. Adjust
Man. Adjust
Brightness Bal
EXIT
+10% right
+7% right
+4% right
Centre
-4% right
-7% right
-10% right
ttt
Back
Exit
If you want to leave the on-screen display,
please navigate to and click the "Exit" field.
If you do not undertake any further actions for
more than 7 seconds with the on-screen display
activated, the on-screen display disappears
automatically.
VIDEO
3D-Mode
Aspect
Contrast
INFO
Connection
Status
ADVANCED
Auto Adjust
Man. Adjust
Man. Adjust
Brightness Bal
EXIT
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5.
Accessories
Adapter kit for iPod and iPhone (30 Pin)
The adapter kit for iPod and iPhone is available
as an accessory for the cinemizer OLED and can
be purchased from dealers and online shops.
A list of current dealers is available at
www.zeiss.com/cinemizer/shops.
In principle all iPod and iPhone models capable of playing back video are supported by the
adapter kit. You will find more detailed information on this kit in the section "iPod/iPhone
connection" in this document.
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Accessories
Headtracker (movement sensor)
The cinemizer OLED Headtracker is connected to the computer via a standard USB connector and
is immediately detected as a PC mouse by all common operating systems such as Windows, Linux
and OS X; it is then ready to use. As a result the Headtracker is suitable for all applications that can
be controlled using a computer mouse and it is possible to look around a virtual room with natural
movements of the head. The cinemizer OLED Headtracker features very fast reaction times and very
little latency.
The cinemizer OLED Headtracker is therefore particularly suitable for playing immersive games.
cinemizer
er
®
headtrack
The cinemizer OLED Headtracker is attached to the right arm of the video glasses and
head movements are then detected by diverse sensors. Connect the Headtracker to a computer
via USB and then do not move it for approx. 10 seconds. During this time the Headtracker
undertakes a self-calibration.
The speed of the Headtracker can be set using
an additional program (tray icon).
The software is available at
www.zeiss.com/cinemizer/software.
A getting started guide is available for download at www.zeiss.com/cinemizer/documents.
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Accessories
For professional applications an SDK is avai­
lable for direct access to the sensor data (raw
data and quaternions) from the USB HID.
In this way the sensor data from the 3rd rotation axis and absolute viewing angle information
can also be used in applications.
3rd rotation axis
To obtain the cinemizer headtracker SDK please fill in the web formular
under www.zeiss.com/cinemizer/headtrackerSDK.
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Light shield
The Eyeshield is an accessory for the cinemizer OLED
video glasses that shields the user from the outside
world.
The flexible insert made of soft rubber and plastic
can be straightforwardly attached to the multimedia glasses and completely encloses the area
around the eyes.
If you use the cinemizer OLED for instance as an
external viewfinder or to watch films on the move,
sunlight and other sources of interference from the
outside are completely excluded.
On playing games the outside world is completely
shut out by the light shield and the player can
intensively immerse completely in virtual worlds.
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Zubehör
6.
Further information
You will find comprehensive information on the multimedia video glasses on the website
www.zeiss.com/cinemizer
cinemizer OLED support website
You can read frequently asked questions related to the cinemizer OLED and their answers at
www.zeiss.com/cinemizer/faq.
Technical support
Before you contact technical support with technical questions, please make sure you have
first read through the questions on the FAQ page. Should your questions still not have been
answered, please contact technical support. For this purpose go to www.zeiss.com/cinemizer/
support and complete the related form.
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Further information
7.
Index
2D/3D mode display
5, 25
3D format
25, 31
3D mode
31
3D support
2, 24
Accessories42
Activation of the OSD
28
Acuity adjustment
4, 9
Adjustment wheel
4, 9
Aspect ratio
36
Aspect36
Auto Adjust 39
AV-In jack
5, 22, 25
Battery box controls
5
Battery box 3, 5, 9, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23
Battery operating time
14
Battery status LED
5, 6, 15, 17, 18
Battery status
15, 17
Battery symbol
16, 17
Blu-ray player
19, 25, 37
Brightness Balance
40
Charging battery 1, 5, 6, 15, 16, 17, 18
Charging status
17
Charging/battery status display5, 6, 15, 17
Cinch jack
22
Cinch video cable
22
cinemizer controls
4
cinemizer socket
5
Connection
1, 5, 15, 18, 19, 25
Connection38
Contents on the package
3
Default volume
13
Dioptre correction
9
Ear cap
3, 11
Ear clip
4, 8, 23
Earpiece 3, 4, 10, 11, 12
Earpiece jack
5
Earpiece storage clip
4, 11
Earpiece
4, 10, 11,12
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Index
Ergonomic comfort
2, 4, 9
Exit41
Eyeshield45
Firmware version
38
Games console
1, 19
Hardware version
38
HDMI® adapter (HDMI® 1.4) 3, 5, 19
HDMI® adapter cable
3, 19
Headtracker43
Image adjustment
36
Image resolution
25
Info
38, 46
iPod/iPhone adapter
5, 20, 25
iPod/iPhone
6, 14, 20, 42
Line interleaved
27, 34, 35
Manual Adjust
30, 39, 40
Menu28
Mini USB cable
3
Mini USB jack
5
Mode LED
5, 6, 25
Multifunction switch 5, 13, 16, 25, 28
Muting13
Navigation in the OSD
29
Nose pad 3, 4, 7
Nose pad adapter
3, 7
On/Off button
5, 6
OSD settings
28
Playback device 5, 15, 18, 22, 25, 31, 36
Powering off
6
Powering on
6, 13, 25
Putting into use
6
Reset button 5
Short Guide
3
Side-by-side
25, 31
Status38
Stereo audio connector
12
Stereo audio jack
12
Stereo earphones 12
Technical support
46
Top/bottom
25, 31, 33
Travel case
3, 8, 23
Troubleshooting46
USB cable 3, 6, 15, 17
USB mains power supply plug
17
Video cable PIN assignment
21
Video cable
3, 14, 22, 36
Video mode
25
Video31
Viewing window
4
Volume symbol
13
Volume
5, 13, 16, 17
iPhone and iPod are trademarks of Apple Inc.,
registered in the U.S. and other countries.
"Made for iPod" and "Made for iPhone" mean that
an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod or iPhone, respectively, and
has been certified by the developer to meet Apple
performance standards. Apple is not responsible
for the operation of this device or its compliance
with safety and regulatory standards. Please note
that the use of this accessory with iPod or iPhone
may affect wireless performance.
®
, the HDMI® logo, and High-Definition
Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered
trademarks of HDMI® Licensing LLC in the United
States and other countries.
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cinemizer
is a registered trademark of Carl Zeiss
Designed by Carl Zeiss Germany
® OLED
Carl Zeiss AG
Carl-Zeiss-Strasse 22
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www.zeiss.de/cinemizer
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