Competition in launching wearable glasses with augmented computing has become a priority among numerous tech companies, a move inspired from the Project Glass. Sergey Brin from Google successfully showcased augmented Google Glasses at the company’s Google I/O annual developer conference.
This week, Olympus seems to enter this race by introducing its own MEG 4.0 highly compact wearable display prototype, weighing only 30grams, making it a convenient choice to wear. Bluetooth supported MEG 4.0 will display the information on Olympus display to the wearer.
Also, this thing comes into my knowledge that Apple has filed patents to bring forth their own wearable glasses. I am not yet ready for a shock Tim Cook.
Apple’s peripherally treated head-mounted displays could be used to project an image into a person’s eye.
However, Google’s Project Glass have caught the attention as the augmented reality glasses are embedded with computer enabling you to play games and do various tasks, without any harm to your sight.
Well, for me the idea of highly mobile and powerful wearable computer is very exciting and amazing. What about you?