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User's Guide
Copyright©2014 Seiko Epson Corporation. All rights reserved.
Printed in Philippines XX.XX.-XX(XXX) 2014.3

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  • Page 1 User's Guide Copyright©2014 Seiko Epson Corporation. All rights reserved. Printed in Philippines XX.XX.-XX(XXX) 2014.3...
  • Page 2 Welcome to the BT-200 This product is standalone, see-through mobile viewer for both eyes. It allows you to enjoy movies on home networks, or images on smartphones, tablet devices, and so on in comfort. Saving and Viewing You can transfer movies and images saved on a computer to this prod- uct, and then watch them.
  • Page 3 Viewing on a Home Network This product allows you to watch movies stored on a computer with DLNA server devices or a DLNA server function wherever you like in your home. Supports DLNA DLNA is technology that connects supported devices through a wireless router and streams movies and mu- sic.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety Instructions ....... 6 Viewing Movies on a Website (Browser) ....28 Viewing Movies on a Home Network Using a DLNA Func- Getting Ready .
  • Page 5 Electronic Manual (Web) Reference Guide This guide provides information on applications supported by this product, setting items, and troubleshooting. This can be viewed as a PDF le or Help application. See http://www.epson. com for more details. Symbols Used in this Guide ■...
  • Page 6 In the following situations, turn o this product immediately, un- Do not use the supplied AC adapter with any other device. plug the AC adapter, and contact an authorized Epson dealer. Note the following points when handling the AC adapter.
  • Page 7: Safety Instructions

    Safety Instructions 01_Chapter title If you have an implanted pacemaker or implanted defibrillator, time. Set to an appropriate volume. 01_Head A make sure you keep a distance of at least 22 cm between this prod- Warning Risk of injury or poisoning uct and the implanted device when using the wireless LAN or Blue- 02__lead tooth.
  • Page 8 Caution Risk of injury or poisoning frame. Contact an authorized Epson dealer when replacing batteries. Do not place your nger between the moving parts of this prod- uct, such as the hinges. Dispose of this product in accordance with your local laws and regulations.
  • Page 9: Part Names And Functions

    01_Chapter title Getting Ready 01_Head A Part Names and Functions Controller 02__lead Trackpad Power switch Touch with your nger to operate the product. Slide to the [ ] side to turn on and o ➡ “ ” the product. Using the Trackpad on page 16 (this guide) Slide to the other side to turn on and microSD card slot...
  • Page 10 Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Headset 02__lead Mute knock Arms Tap twice to temporarily hide the Open the arms to wear. image and mute the audio. Tap twice ➡ “ ” Wearing the Headset on page 12 again to restore the image and audio. (this guide) Since the images and audio continue while muted, you cannot restart from...
  • Page 11 Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Charging The product is not fully charged at the time of purchase. Charge before use. 02__lead This section explains how to charge using the AC adapter. Initial charging takes approximately 5 hours. Connect the headset and the controller. Insert the headset's connection cable into the controller's headset connection port until it clicks.
  • Page 12: Charging

    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Wearing the Headset Understanding the LED indicator This indicates the status of the product using colors and the 02__lead lit status of the LED. Use both hands to open the arms, and then put on the headset.
  • Page 13 Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A For people who wear glasses Adjust the width and position of the nose pads so that the lenses are at eye level. The headset can be worn over glasses that are up to 145 02__lead Adjust the height so that images can be viewed easily.
  • Page 14: Turning On And O

    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Turning On and Off ing on the opticians, they may not be able to perform this procedure.) Turning on 02__lead Note Before turning on the product, check the charge level. ➡ “ ” Charging on page 11 (this guide) Slide the power switch to the [ ] side and hold it...
  • Page 15 Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A turns blue. You can release Sleep mode by brie y sliding Note the power switch to the [ ] side again. If operations freeze, you can force the product to shutdown 02__lead by using one of the following methods. •...
  • Page 16 01_Chapter title Operations 01_Head A Using the Trackpad Operation methods ■ This section explains how to operate the product using 02__lead Move the pointer to an icon or dis- the trackpad. play item, and then tap the track- pad. This launches applications, When you touch the trackpad with your nger, a pointer selects items, and so on.
  • Page 17 Operations 01_Chapter title 01_Head A ■ ■ Left/Right keys Pinch out Move your nger right or left along Enlarges the size of the screen by 02__lead the edge of the screen to move the moving two ngers apart. selected item right or left. Hold your nger in place to keep moving right or left beyond the current screen view.
  • Page 18 Operations 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Entering text Tap a location where text entry is possible to display the 02__lead software keyboard. Tap the keyboard to enter text. Changing the text entry mode Tap the [AB12] key on the keyboard to change the type of characters entered by the keyboard.
  • Page 19: Tion (moverio Air)

    Operations 01_Chapter title Using the Home Screen 01_Head A Launching an application Launch an application from the APPS list screen. You can launch applications and perform various set- 02__lead tings from the Home screen. Home screen The following screen is the initial screen you see when using this product.
  • Page 20 Operations 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Arranging apps and widgets on the Home screen Deleting apps and widgets from the Home screen Select apps and widgets you want to display on the Home Delete apps and widgets that have been placed on the 02__lead screen from the APPS/WIDGET list screen, and then arrange Home screen.

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