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hsv2Dec. 2, 2009 – The Headset Visor Company (HSV), together with JDI Design, two Vancouver, B.C. companies, is developing a visor that solves the problems of using sunglasses with acoustic communication headsets used on aircraft.


December 2, 2009
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Dec. 2, 2009 – The Headset Visor Company (HSV), together with JDI Design, two Vancouver, B.C. companies, is developing a visor that solves the problems of using sunglasses with acoustic communication headsets used on aircraft. The website www.headsetvisor.com describes the visor and contains a brief survey and feedback form.

HSV has applied for a patent and produced a prototype. With the feedback generated, HSV hopes to determine the viability of the visor. People completing the survey will be eligible for a $100 gift certificate.

The Visor’s design consists of a lens with excellent optical qualities attached to arms.  The ends of the arms attach to a mount, creating a pivot point.  The mount slides onto the stems of an adapter designed to attach to the various types of headsets.

For more information, or to provide feedback, visit: www.headsetvisor.com , or e-mail to info@headsetvisor.com