Well kind of. The Glyph isn’t specifically geared towards VR. Unlike the Oculus Rift or Razer’s OSVR, the Glyph gives users the option to view any movie, TV show, or other piece of media at any time; simply hook the Glyph up to your smartphone, tablet, or gaming console, and the video appears right before your eyes. Plus, it accomplishes this without the use of screens. Instead, the Glyph uses a Virtual Retinal Display — a series of micromirrors and optics that transmit light directly onto the viewer’s retina. The result is a moving image that looks somewhat like a large movie screen located 8 feet away from you.