Olympus unveils its own version of Google Glass
Google impressed everyone at the event Google I/O 2012 with the presentation and the details of your product Google Glass, glasses offer the user the possibility to record and transmit live and live what is captured in a tiny camera attached to the device. Perhaps inspired by this is that Olympus aired a similar idea, but not the same, also in the form of spectacles.
The product is called meg4.0 and while it does not capture video, has a small screen on the lens with a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels, where sample applications and content pulled from other mobile devices such as smart phones, to which is connected via Bluetooth.
These glasses also have a built-in accelerometer to detect movement and position of the head, showing a range of energy up to two hours of continuous use with Olympus declaring that they expect people not with the all the time on, but it then intermittently, which delivers eight hours of use without a recharge.
Interested? Product details, release dates and pricing were not disclosed, however, we are aware of this information.
Link: Olympus MEG4.0 Glass rival Google Revealed (Slashgear)Tags: Augmented Reality, Bluetooth, Glass, glasses, Google Glass, Lenses, meg, meg4.0, Olympus