ThirdEye, an augmented reality (AR) hardware and software company, has announced the launch of its latest AR smart glasses. Dubbed the ThirdEye X2, the glasses are said to be the smallest and most powerful AR glasses on the market.
According to ThirdEye, the X2 glasses come with a 42-degree field of view and a 4K camera, providing users with clear, high-resolution images. Additionally, the glasses offer a built-in artificial intelligence (AI) system that can recognize and analyze objects, texts, and faces in real-time.
One of the unique features of the ThirdEye X2 is its ability to overlay digital information on top of the real world. This means that users can access information such as product details, translations, or maps while walking around. The glasses also come with voice recognition and hand gesture recognition, enabling hands-free control.
The ThirdEye X2 runs on Android, and the company has developed a range of software applications that can be used with the glasses. The applications include an object recognition app, a facial recognition app, a text recognition app, and a spatial mapping app.
ThirdEye CEO Nick Cherukuri says that the X2 glasses are ideal for businesses looking to boost productivity and efficiency, as well as for consumers who want to stay connected and informed while on the go. The glasses are currently available for pre-order on the ThirdEye website, with shipments expected to begin in the coming months.
The sources for this piece include an article in TechCrunch.