Epson Debuts AR (Augmented Reality) Glasses


Epson
 is debuting a new version of their Moverio glasses, dubbed the BT-350, designed for augmented reality (AR) applications in museums, opera houses, exhibition halls and conferences.

The BT-350 are Si-OLED-powered, binocular see-through smart glasses designed for commercial use, and in cultural and entertainment venues. With the BT-350, unused display space appears truly transparent thanks to our Si-OLED micro display technology and its high contrast ratio of 100,000:1. This means augmented content can be immersively overlaid onto the real world, making culture more accessible and exciting.

The transparent OLED integrates a 720p HD display (in the viewer’s frame of view) to augment what the viewer is seeing in person. They use an Intel Atom x5 1.44GHz quad-core CPU and 2GB RAM. Built-in connectivity and sensors include Bluetooth Smart, Wi-Fi, Miracast and motion sensors and they are also compatible with 3D content.

Here are all the different versions of Epson’s VR glasses.