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Monday, October 07, 2019

Normal Looking Smart Glasses

Perhaps one of the biggest problems with smart glasses, their appearance. This Indigogo project introduces Norm Glasses, which addresses that problem.  With the usual warning about such funding efforts, they may never happen.   And how will they exist within other computing and communications infrastructure?     Will such glasses eventually become common?

Norm Glasses: Normal Looking AR Smart Glasses

AR Smart Glasses with voice recognition, speakers, camera and display; head-up & hands free.
Norm Glasses are lightweight, normal looking smart glasses, equipped with a wearable mini-computer that can display information in your field of view. The technology is voice-activated, features camera, dual speakers, and a head-up display (HUD). Imagine the possibilities of being able to take pictures, record videos, make phone calls, or even watch videos, without having to pull out your phone. All components are embedded discreetly inside the frame, people around you won't be able to tell any technology is present. Norm Glasses can be hung on your shirt or blouse when not in use, just like normal sunglasses. The sleek design also folds up into a standard eyeglass case. ...  "

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