Credit: Christopher Harting
Most augmented-reality applications run on handheld devices (see “Tablet 2.0,” p. 25), but these glasses can create a hands-free digital overlay on the user’s world. Two stereo cameras mounted in the front of the glasses feed a 3-D image to a computer that adds digital imagery to the scene. The result is then piped to the wearer by displays in the glasses.
Product: Wrap 920AR glasses
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