Vuzix continues to spearhead the smart glasses market in the wearable technology industry, where the new M3000 smart glasses has been announced. This is the latest pair of smart glasses from Vuzix, and it is certainly worth checking out if you would like to explore the possibility of augmenting what you see with modern marvels.
The Vuzix M3000 smart glasses happens to be a next-generation model with enterprise-grade capability. It might not look like much at first, but surely anyone can appreciate the fact that it sports advanced 2.0 mm thin see-thru waveguide optics as well as a custom high-contrast, full-color DLP “Cobra II” display engine. Expect current workflows to improve as the Vuzix M3000 offers new opportunities that can be explored in industrial, medical, retail, supply chain, remote help desk, and other aspects of a particular business.
"THE VUZIX M3000 OFFERS NEW OPPORTUNITIES"Specially designed to target commercial, professional, and enterprise users, the all new Vuzix M3000 will rely on the Intel Atom processor to keep it chugging along, accompanied by a monocular display and onboard processor, 64GB of internal memory, camera streaming ability with recording capability, and wireless connectivity support.
Not only that, Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity allows it to pair up with an Android or iOS device seamlessly, in addition to pairing via Wi-Fi to the Internet. There is a built-in head tracking and GPS system which allows apps to know of the user’s location, as well as the direction and angle of the wearer’s current view. These are crucial information to obtain situational awareness required for numerous Augmented Reality applications out there.
On the outside, it has been ruggedized against the likes of water, dust, and dirt, so that you can continue your work without any worry at all. Enhanced battery packs ensure that long/high-intensity users are able to keep the Vuzix M3000 running all day long, while lightweight batteries will cater for low/infrequent users. There is no word on pricing, but it should be released to the masses some time this summer.