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Saturday, 27 December 2014

Turn your Eyewear to a Smart Eyewear: Sony

New techs coming day by day, after humans phones became smart, our wrist watch became smart, even our houses are about to become smart also not forget about the Smart Eyewears. Talking about the smart eyewear Google launches it's Google Glasses in early 2013. It did not came out to be a huge success as they were costly and many modifications are still to be made.



Sony has made an introduction to an concept of attachable smart eyewear system, means we can turn our existing goggles, glasses or specs into a smart eyewear. Interesting right?

Read: Printer in Your Pocket.

Sony dubs a Single-Lens Display module, may look a bit bulky but has some awesome tech packed inside. The attachable system has Control board, processor and bluetooth on right side of the wearer, which further is connected to an OLED microdisplay that beams a picture on wearers glasses via an optical unit.

"By simply attaching it to a pair of fashionable glasses, goggles, sunglasses, or other type of eyewear", Sony writes in a blog post, "you can instantly gain access to visual information that adds a level of convenience to your everyday life".

The OLED microdisplay is about 0.23 inches and according to the Japanese giant it can achieve a resolution of 640x400 pixels. It says that outdoor sports such as cycling, golf, tennis and many other can get benefit from the awesome gadget. Additionally, pairing the heads-up display with a smartphone camera will let you remotely monitor viewing angles, or -- we imagine -- peek around corners or over walls.

Read: LG to show off Quantum Dots 4K display and 55 inches 8K Display: CES 2015

The smart specs are only a concept for now, so a release date and final design are still probably a long way off, but could one day make wearable tech a bit more accessible to the hordes of tech fans who already own their own prescription glasses.

Read: 10 Smartphones to be looked for in 2015

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