Imagine: you want to play your copy of Max Payne for the PS2, but it's 2:00 AM and the folks downstairs are light sleepers. So, you reach into the pocket of your black leather jacket, pull out a pair of glasses that look like something out of an Arnold Schwarzenegger Sci-Fi flick, plug it into your PS2 and a power outlet, pull the small earbud headphones out of the frame of the glasses and place them in your ears and then you settle in for some immersive, explosive, 'bullet-time' action. Anyone on the other side of the couch wouldn't hear a thing. Meanwhile, you're in a world of your own. You hear, see and live in the game now... That is, until you get tired of playing the game and decide to throw a DVD in the PS2... or, for that matter, a DVD player - or anything with an A/V out.