Six Smartglasses featured at AWE Europe

We take a look at the six different smartglass manufacturers you can expect in Berlin next week

With AWE Europe only one week away, we take a look at the smartglass manufacturers that will be taking the stage and demoing in the expo at this years event.

Vuzix

Vuzix M300 Smart Glasses delivers a “hands free” digital world, providing unprecedented access to information, data collection and more. Improve existing workflows and open new opportunities in industrial, medical, retail, supply chain, remote help desk, and other aspects of your business. The new M300 design is based on a common core platform using the Intel Atom processor — slated to drive both our new M300 and M3000 devices.

ODG

Osterhout Design Group (ODG)’s R-7 features an ultra-transparent 3D stereoscopic displays and packed with innovative technologies in an
all-new dramatically smaller, lighter and sleeker design. The device requires no external computing and includes the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor from Qualcomm delivering superior performance and power efficiency. It also features an advanced HD camera to capture and share the user’s point of view; ultra-fast wireless technologies; and ReticleOS, ODG’s operating system that is based on Android and delivers an intuitive user experience designed for see-thru Smart Glasses.

Meta

Meta 2’s game-changing breakthroughs in optics include a full 90-degree field of view and 2560 x 1440 high-dpi display. Plus the Meta 2 see-through headset makes everything below your eyebrows completely transparent and unobstructed so you can easily make eye contact with others. You can even wear the headset while wearing glasses. The Meta 2 features a 90-degree field of view and is designed with comfort in mind with everything below the eyebrows completely transparent and unobstructed so you can easily make eye contact with others. It has a 720p front-facing camera, sensor array for hand interactions and positional tracking and 4 speaker near-ear audio with volume control. The device is tethered with a 9 foot cable for video, data and power and does require a modern computer with Windows 8 or 10 to function.

Optinvent

ORA-X is more than a pair of headphones — they are a wearable tablet. These smart headphones work on the flexible Android platform, so right out of the box they are ready to use and personalize based on your favorite apps, or ready to load new programs of your own creation! With an average eight hour battery life, ORA-X’s technology can be utilized throughout the entire day in a variety of ways. Whether you’re a certified technophile or a music lover who wants to take their audio experience to the next level, our headphones will revolutionize the way you interact with and create media.

Epson

Epson’s Moverio BT-300 smart glasses are designed to change how you experience the world around you. With the smallest, most comfortable and most affordable smart eyewear on the market, and a growing ecosystem of partners and hardware, Epson continues to set the standard in Augmented Reality. The BT-300 are the lightest smart glasses on market (20% lighter than BT-200) and feature an OLED display with more natural color and images and a unique design that can fit over regular glasses. The 300 has improved nose and cable design to increase comfort and boasts a a HD binocular display (720p) (1280x720), wider color spectrum projection than BT-200 and a 5m pixel camera.

Day 2 of AWE Europe features back-to-back sessions on smartglasses including a look at the AR+VR market opportunity with Gartner, the challenges for smartglasses adoption with IEEE and a panel of smartglasses hardware manufacturers discussing the opportunity and challenges in shipping the next wave of computing.

Learn more about AWE Europe and grab a ticket at www.aweeu.com.