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5 Advanced Smart Glasses Now You Can Buy On Amazon Can Help 2018 You Improve Your Life.

5 Advanced Smart Glasses Now You Can Buy On Amazon

if you are think to Buy Some Interesting Gadget like Google glass then this post is only for you.

Smart glasses are wearable computer glasses that add information alongside or to what the wearer sees. Alternatively smartglasses are sometimes defined as wearable computer glasses that are able to change their optical properties at runtime.

1. Microsoft HoloLens

You might recognize Microsoft’s HoloLens thanks to the many mockups that should users playing a real-world 3D Minecraft in their home. That’s because the company aims to merge platforms like the Oculus Rift and Google Glass to create a unique device, which they claim is the “future of computing.” It’s certainly promising, especially when you take a look at the Windows OS mockups that see users controlling their computer with gestures.
The HoloLens works as a sort of companion computer, with its own integrated CPU and GPU – and we’d imagine RAM. It can connect with other Windows computers and possibly other Microsoft devices, such as the Xbox One. Then, the content is displayed as a “hologram” in the real world.
We’d imagine it’s going to be useful for a whole slew of applications from gaming, to productivity and even creative endeavors.

2. Google Glass

Google Glass is a brand of smart glasses – an optical head-mounted display designed in the shape of a pair of eyeglasses. It was developed by X with the mission of producing a ubiquitous computer
Google Glass offers an augmented reality experience by using visual, audio and location-based inputs to provide relevant information. For example, upon entering an airport, a user could automatically receive flight status information. Users can also control the device manually through voice commands and a touchpad located on its frame.

3. Sony SmartEyeGlass

Sony’s answer to the augmented reality craze is a device with “Glass” in the name, which makes a lot of sense when you think about it. The Sony SmartEyeGlass is set to launch sometime around March, 2015.
Sony already launched the software development tools in September 2014, which allows developers to create and release apps for the platform. Their hope is that by the time the SmartEyeGlass launches, they will have plenty of native apps on offer for users, which should sweeten the deal.

4. Recon Jet

The Recon Jet is for cyclists, designed to track various fitness and riding data that can be used to improve your times. It’s powered by a 1GHz dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor, which is quite the setup for a pair of augmented reality glasses. The Recon Jet also features HD video recording, in addition to sensors like a gyroscope.

5. Vuzix M100


The Vuzix M100 glasses are designed to offer a “hands free” portable computer of sorts, all wrapped up into a headset. Vuzix claims the headset is an “Android-based wearable computer, enhanced with a wearable monocular display and computer, recording features and wireless connectivity capabilities designed for commercial, professional, and prosumer users.”

by sujeet kumar

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