Spardar Shenzhen shows their Wi-Fi direct streaming video-glasses, 40 grams, with 1 hour battery life, can store the video on MicroSD or stream it through your smartphone to the cloud. Mass production is starting now.
Microsoft is trying to launch "the next generation" of Windows as a Holographic world, augmenting the world we already know, with computer graphics, using their system for headmounted holographic lenses, with the Hololens that also has sensors to measure distance of things in front of you, and in a specific area of your field of view it can try to position augmented graphics on top of your environment. Now Microsoft invites hardware partners in Taiwan, in Asia and in the world, to sign up with them to develop mass market Hololens based devices, hopefully to be sold at below the $3000 cost of the Microsoft Hololens development kit.
Babaali Smart Cycle Helmet With Smart Glass and Rear View Assist features a rear view camera and a Smart Glass at the front of the helmet to provide Bicycle riders with a clear and unobstructed view of the road in front and behind you at the same time. With the screen it also can support map navigation, speed, communications and any other handsfree app features during the bicycle ride. With Bluetooth inside, it also support answer a phone-call or stream music from your smart phone to the helmet, Babaali also show others smart bicycle helmets that they are already selling on the market, one with built-in LED turn signal indicators, controlling the LED lights by wireless remote control to turn right/left, double flash and fixed stop signal light. It is $129 with free shipping on Babaali's website.
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Valerie Riffaud‐Cangelosi, new market development manager at Epson Europe shows the new upcoming Epson Moverio BT-300 Smart Glasses for Augmented Reality applications, for sale from October 2016. Using Epson's new Silicon-based OLED dual-1280x720 projection heads-up display, with 100,000:1 ultra-high contrast, high brightness, very clear image. Markets include museums, arts and culture, drone piloting, healthcare and anything related to education and training. For example the aeronautics and automotive industry can use it to train new engineers into maintenance and to understand new materials, to be able to do the work while being able to see the information hands-free. Developers can customize, optimize and run their Android applications with the Moverio BT-300 on it's Intel Atom x5 quad-core CPU with 2GB RAM and 16GB flash. Epson reduced the weight by 20% compared with Moverio BT-200. Epson can use the ambient light sensor to modify the brightness of the projection to the lenses that reflect the image to ones field of view, to optimize the battery life which can be up to 6 hours already with Micro-USB and power banks that can be used onto the remote box to extend the battery life indefinitely. Epson Moverio BT-300 also support Wi-Fi AC, Wi-Fi Direct, Miracast, MicroSDHC up to 32GB, and the remote can control the Android UI. Filmed in 4K with Sony AX53. Epson won the best wearable award at the IDTechEx Wearable Technology Europe 2016 event, you can read more at http://idtechex.com
Garmin Varia Vision is a Smart Glass for Bicyclists, it is a water-resistant, very light module at only 29.7 grams that can be attached to the side of any sunglasses and it can mounted in the left or right side of your existing cycling glasses, support display the navigation and rider’s peripheral vision on the in-sight screen, support vibration notification for all incoming calls, message navigation cues and other alerts, it comes with a glove-friendly touch panel on the side for users to change different information on the screens of the Smart Glass. The battery life is up to 8 hours. Reference price will be around $400, starts shipping in the next few weeks.
Smart glasses are a big draw for Murata: the sunglasses shown here are to be used to control home appliances. The company representative demonstrates the switching of a light on or off using controls mounted on the side of the glasses, where they would rest on the ears, along the side. It features Bluetooth, pressure sensor and Infrared.
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Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 is shown in a real phone in LeTV Le Max Pro, with Qualcomm saying that they have 80+ design wins for the Snapdragon 820 custom 64bit processor, now to be mass manufactured on Samsung's 14nm process technology. Qualcomm also shows their Snapdragon 820 Adreno 530 GPU demos showing off high-end graphics, virtual reality and new display technologies, also Qualcomm WSA8815 audio technology for better sound coming out of built-in speakers for the Smartphones and Tablets market. Scanning people in realtime using Project Tango type structured scanner, IR camera. Qualcomm shows IoT technologies, Qualcomm Vive 802.11ac WiFi with multi-user mimo. Microsoft Windows 10 running on ultra-cheap Qualcomm 210, 410, and Windows continuum extending the Windows 10 desktop from the phone through to the external display using USB Type-C. Qualcomm Atheros Multi-Gigabit 60Ghz Wi-Fi 802.11ad included with the Snapdragon 820 LeTV Le Max Pro Smartphone! Matterport 360 degre camera supported by Qualcomm Ventures and other startups demonstrated. Qualcomm launches Qualcomm 820A for the automitive market and the modular system to upgrade the ARM Processor and PCB of the car to make it future proof.
AltoTech Cool Glass On is the smart glass based on the Chinese chip maker Ingenic MIPS dual-core processor M200. It support basic functions such as snapping photos, recording videos, taking phone calls, and navigation and mire. You can check more exclusive videos about smart glass here: http://armdevices.net/category/smart-glass/
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UICO duraTOUCH makes it possible to use Smartwatches and Phones in any weather, with sweaty fingers, under the rain, snow, even while wearing gloves in the winter. As people come to depend on wearable devices and use them everywhere, users want touchscreens to work under any weather condition everywhere and anytime. UICO’s duraTOUCH projected capacitive (PCAP) touch controllers enable touch sensing to work in any environment, with rain, sweat, and using gloves also. duraTOUCH out-performs traditional PCAP that is in devices like Moto360 and Samsung Gear Live. It is ideal for wearable and IoT devices with super-low power requirements like 1X charge per week with wake on touch. duraTOUCH products include duraTOUCH controllers, touchscreens, and duraTOUCH Surface, a bendable wrap-able touch sensing surface. Look for this technology in the next generation of consumer electronics and wearable devices, you will now have technology that UICO previously shipped in millions only to customers in the heavy industrial and medical markets.
Topsky is the only supplier of headmounted micro-display based devices that I have seen at Hong Kong tradeshows who may be able to provide a Google Glass like experience starting at $230 per unit for a 100-unit minimum order quantity. The only negative things about it is the Ingenic MIPS dual-core processor (instead of using Rockchip or Allwinner ARM solutions), and the software is "not yet" provided by Google, this doesn't run Google Glass UI, it doesn't run Android Wear UI, it runs Topsky's custom UI on top of Android, which looks good, but is not quite the same as having Google's support. What could happen though, is Google people watch this video and contact Topsky below, or maybe some hackers get it and improve it somehow. I look forward to try it out some more to see about the voice-control capabilities, if it hooks into Google Now yet or some other voice command Android app, and how in general it may or may not manage to use any other Android app that may work good for this user interface. My dream is still (since CeBIT 2005) to live-stream from my face and see a live chat from anyone watching about which questions to ask the people that I interview in 4K. Crucial for this "vision" is for affordable Google Glass type devices to become available. These need to be mass produced, the price can be lowered further, then the software platform should be open and fully supported by Google and by everyone! Let's make headmounted computing happen!
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