Top 4 AR Smart Glasses 2016

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#1 Field of View (FOV)

The iOPitk by Innovega boasts a 90-degree field of view. Currently making it the leading the AR product with the largest field of view. What makes iOPtik unqiue is that the unit uses a contact lense as part of the image delivery system. This video shows what it looks like through the lense: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DF7OvoHzL8I

 

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#2 Highest Resolution

The Meta 2 Development Kit by Meta Augmented Reality yields a high resolution of 2560 x 1440. The Meta 2 holds the new 2k industry standard for see-through displays. You can see our Meta 2 Infographic for more information on the headset.

 

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#3 Best Design

The Shima by LaForge Optical is focused on creating a stylish design with an optimized content viewing location. Meaning unlike Google Glass the display is placed in front of your eye instead of above it. The display is rather small but is capable of showing simple widgets such as weather, music, GPS navigation, etc. The Shima Alpha edition will come in four frame styles, and the Beta will feature twenty different frame designs.

 

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#4 Best Hardware

AiR Glasses created by Atheer are delivering powerful enterprise ready smart glasses. The device is a standalone unit with a tethered controller that will be compatible with 1 million+ apps. Here are the AiR glass specs:

  • DualUltrabright 720p (1280 x 820) 60Hz see-through display
  • 50-degree field of view
  • NVIDIA Tegra K1: quad-core ARM CPU and Kepler GPU
  • 2GB RAM, and 128 GB storage
  • 3100mAh Li-Io battery (8 hours battery life)
  • ToF 3D depth camera
  • x2 4MP RGB cameras (720p at 60Hz video)
  • 9- axis IMU: accelerometer, gyroscope, and magnetometer
  • Stereo audio, directional microphone (Voice control)
  • Bluetooth 4.1, Wifi 802.11a, Optional : 4G/LTE, GPS module

The Best

Out of the top 4, the Meta 2 development kit provides the best augmented reality experience as of now. Although the Meta 2 may not be considered ‘glasses’ it still contains the best qualities from each of the devices listed above. Features: 2k resolution, 88-degree FOV, elegant industrial design, and tethered to powerful external hardware. More information can be found on their website.

 

 

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