[CES 2012] The Golden-i was paraded as a concept in the past, and it is now making waves on the CES showfloor. This can only mean one thing – it is now shipping, and will hold the distinction of being the world’s first hands-free mobile, head-worn computing experience which will allow you to orchestrate multiple devices, courtesy of cloud computing, so that businesses are able to improve safety, productivity, and efficiency of their workforce by a significant margin. Tipping the scales at a mere 6 ounces, the Golden-i will feature Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, and functions as a head-mounted computer (to make you look cool) as it projects a 15″ virtual PC display for your eyeball, while your ears are treated to a speaker nearby. This monocular display system can be adjusted to see action below either the left or right eye, and it does not matter if you are a friend of a pair of spectacles, the Golden-i will work just fine.
Natural speech recognition and six-axis gesture sensing are used to manipulate the Golden-i, delivering a hands-free experience for spontaneous access to virtually any information in the world, and on-demand, of course.
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