What you see in the video above is not some kind of Borg invasion re-enactment, but rather, it is an actual headset from Motorola Solutions that works. This headset has been dubbed as the Motorola HC1 Headset Computer, where it was specially designed in such a way to usher in the future of hands-free computing. For starters, the Motorola HC1 Headset Computer is capable of operating based on the partnership between voice control and head movement. What you see is shown on its micro display, showing off what a remote 15-inch laptop depicts.
There is a camera as well as microphone which enables one to stream video in addition to communicating with remote team members. This ruggedized device is able to take in its fair bit of knocks and drops, although the operating system must have been dusted off someone’s shelf as we are talking about Windows CE Professional. The rest of the specifications are nothing to write home about, carrying 512MB RAM, a TI 3730 dual-core processor, a 3D accelerator, and a microSD memory card slot for expansion purposes.
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