Another interesting video interview from CES 2012 done my MTBS is up, this time it is Kris Roberts who interviews Jason Kaplan, VP of Business Development for Sensics. They talk about about a new prototype HMD device being developed by the company, a standalone 3D-capable HMD device with augmented reality features. Sensics’ 3D HMD has a built-in Android OS-based hardware as powerful as what you get on a recent Android smartphone or tablet and capable of running all these apps intended for smartphones and tablets. The 3D HMD uses 1280×1024 resolution panels and multiple video cameras for motion tracking and for augmented reality applications, furthermore the device can be used as a standalone product for Android-based applications or can be connected to a PC for example over HDMI interface. Certainly an interesting product that we may be able to see by the end of this year actually appearing on the market, meanwhile you can watch two more interviews from MTBS3D made at CES 2012 following the links below.