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The first Android-based see-through wearable display, the Moverio uses two micro-projectors to create separate images for each eye, allowing it to play 3-D movies overlaid on the wearer’s view. In addition to videos, users can download Android applications via Wi-Fi and control them with a handheld track pad.

Product: Moverio BT-100
Cost: $700
Availability: Now
Source: www.epson.com
Company: Epson

Credit: Epson

Tagged: Computing, Epson

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