Sony’s $840 augmented actuality glasses are actual, simply not fairly

Sony's $840 augmented reality glasses are real, just not pretty

Sony has toyed round with concepts like a clip-on headset to compete with Google Glass, however its preliminary entry into augmented actuality wearables is that this full headset. It isn’t a shopper product but, however the SmartEyeGlass SED-E1 Developer Version previewed a number of months in the past is coming to 10 nations in March, for $840 (US), 670 (EUR), or one hundred,000 (yen). Whereas we watch for Microsoft’s HoloLens and a revamped model of Glass, Sony is utilizing “holographic waveguide know-how” in 3mm AR lenses to place info instantly within the wearer’s eyeline. A demo video (it is after the break) may give you an concept of the capabilities, however it’s much more like Glass than Hololens, with easy monochrome textual content and diagrams. It could hook up with suitable Android smartphones, and is managed with that little puck you see within the image above — that is the place the battery, speaker, microphone, NFC and contact controls are.


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