Panasonic has revealed what it claims to be the world’s first HDR-capable UHD VR eyeglasses. It is worth noting though that unlike the majority of high-end VR products this is not designed for gaming. That came despite the glasses' small micro OLED viewing windows. CES 2020 has seen the debut of many new and innovative gadgets that break traditional boundaries: from Alienware’s introduction of a handheld PC gaming device to Razer’s first-ever gaming desktop , brands have definitely strived to think outside of the box. However, those interested should definitely stay tuned as more updates are due to roll in. Virtual reality may be the future, but VR headgear still has its flaws: The cumbersome builds currently on the market often consume the whole upper half of a user’s face and the image quality is nothing to write home about. Now, Panasonic is hoping to change all that with a new, lightweight entry into the VR market. The Japanese tech company announced that it had developed the world’s first HDR-capable VR glasses, offering ultra-high definition quality and High Dynamic Range with a fit more akin to normal eyeglasses than Oculus-style headgear.This style has two round frames and contoured pads where they make contact with the user’s orbital bone, but unlike those you might encounter when getting an eye exam.