Back when we were younger, it was probably every geek’s fantasy to have glasses that worked like computers. With the advent of today’s technology it looks like that fantasy is turning into a reality. Google recently demonstrated its Project Glass that went up for pre-order last month, and now Olympus wants in on the market as well. However, it won’t be coming up with its own frames like its competitors. Called the MEG4.0, it is a wearable display that can be fitted on most glasses – this means you’ll be able to keep your favorite pair of glasses and have a high-tech display. For folks who like changing their glasses every half year or so, this sounds like good news.
The MEG4.0 has a QVGA resolution (320 x 240), 10 cd/m2 – 2,000 cd/m2 brightness, an accelerometer, and a Bluetooth connection which is used to connect to your smartphone. With a battery life of 8 hours and a weight of 30g, the MEG4.0 should be able to fit into your daily life with ease. In its current stage, the device looks a bit odd but we’re pretty sure Olympus will get around to refining its design before it is released.
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