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Lumus PD-18-2 Web and GPS Enabled Glasses

A Web and GPS Enabled Glasses? Lumus, an Israeli company that is specialized in revolutionary visual tech, Launch Lumus PD-18-2, a pair of spectacles that display all sorts of information in the the augmented vision', or overlaying images or graphics over your field of vision. This Lumus Glasses complete with GPS features. Games, Email and also Internet. I can say that this Lumus PD-18-2 is a computer glasses In the picture on the right you can see the display that you see on Lumus PD-18-2.

Just imagine in the future you can read email, Watch TV or even play a video games in your spectacles. PD-18-2 is based on a technology called LOE (Light-guide Optical Element). The full-color high-quality images are captured from a micro-display that is found in the temples and then projected into the eye. The virtual image has a SVGA resolution, so there should be no complaints regarding the quality.

But unfortunately these spectacles would cause interminable automobile chain accidents if the manufacturer does not get the transparency levels because it will distract the user’s attention even if the images are see-through, Just imagine if you use read email, or even watch TV on this cool glasses while you drive your car? Despite of that we think that this spectacles simplifying the GPS experience. Instead of having to keep looking down at a portable GPS, the glasses would make the guide literally 'right in front of your eyes. Do you agree??

Below was the Chart about How Light-Guide Optic Element (LOE) technology works on this Lumus PD-18-2 Web and GPS Enabled Glasses overlaying images or graphics over your field of vision.

Via : Devicemag and Walyou.

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