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Watch this Droidcon London video to learn more about our smart glasses, the Moverio BT-100, and the opportunities the product offers when it comes to innovative applications and how it can be adapted for augmented reality.
If you are fascinated by the possibilities inherent in augmented reality, or inspired to develop applications to run on an exciting new platform, watch this video!
Epson has used its core technologies to develop binocular see-through smart glasses for the general public. And with a first concept product launched in late 2011, Epson can be considered as one of the pioneers of this exciting technology.
You will discover how both individual users and companies have been using Moverio to change the way we interact with technology and merge the real world with the digital to enhance reality.
Click play and learn what makes Moverio a natural platform for Augmented Reality and be excited by its potential.
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Epson's Moverio Smart Glasses and Their Potential for Augmented Reality
He works in Epson’s smart glasses programme and was closely involved in developing the Moverio BT-100, Epson’s first head-mounted display.