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Smart GlassesZach Ceneviva and Nick DacostaEDSGN 100, Section 023

What’s to come? What Smart Glasses are Who invented Smart Glasses and when How Smart Glasses work Application Availability Success Ethical considerations Augmented Reality vs. Virtual Reality Conclusion

Smart glasses are a form of augmented reality. Augmented Reality: Adds senses to theexisting, real environment. Integration of virtuality into the tangible world Wearable computer in the form of glasses Not currently designed for full time wear Human Computer Interface control

Smart Glasses are a young piece of technology. First prototyped in late 2012 APX Labs has prototyped many SmartGlasses, including the first ever Google Glass was a breakthrough forSmart Glasses Manufactured by FoxconnTechnology Group

Smart Glasses integrates a computer, cameras, and sensors in orderto deliver the augmented reality experience. Similar to the components of a smartphone Cameras, sensors, GPS, speakers, microphones, CPUEye tracking helps to determine what the user is looking atMini projectors help to cast virtual 3D objects into the real worldAccess information through appsDisplay on a single eyeOnboard computer processes all of this information

Smart Glasses were created for many purposes. Capture personal experiences from the POV of the userNavigate the user on roads or indicate speedingUniversal remote control with compatible devices through hand gesturesSighted companion for blind people by giving them information throughvibrationsStudents can view textbooks and virtual 3D worldsPromotes playing outside and interaction with othersCan display performance measurement and comparison

Smart Glasses Technology is becoming increasinglymore available. There are many units out there already, but very basic in comparison to what is coming Many companies have set 2016/2017 as their anticipated release datesPrototypes are looking very promisingExamples: Google Glass, Meta, Atheer One, Vuzix M-100( 300- 1600)

Smart Glasses have seen little success thus far. Google Glass went out of production less than a year after becomingcommercially available Many laws and legislation surrounding smart glasses have restricted theirapplication Not attractive looking Technology is not optimized yet

Smart Glasses come with several ethical concerns. Privacy issues Potential threat of cheating on exams Distracting

Augmented Reality vs. Virtual RealityAugmented Reality: Surroundings enhanced by the use of virtual objectsUser can see the real world along with the virtual oneUser can interact with the virtual objectsVirtual Reality: Creates a virtual world where the user can immerse themselves inSee the virtual world onlyDirect movements affect the virtual world

Conclusion Smart Glasses are a form of augmentedrealityPromising technology that comes withmany ethical dilemmasHasn’t been extraordinarily successful sofarNot the same as virtual realityLearned what augmented reality is andmore behind the application andtechnology of Smart Glasses

References"How Augmented Reality Works." HowStuffWorks. N.p., 19 Feb. 2001. Web. 15 Apr. 2016."The History of APX Labs, As Told by Smart Glasses: 2011-present." APX Labs. N.p., 24 Apr. 2015. Web. 15 Apr. 2016."How Do Augmented Reality Glasses Work? - ViewTwoo." ViewTwoo. N.p., 21 May 2015.Web. 15 Apr. 2016."Google Glass: How Does It Work?" GlassAppSource. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Apr. 2016.Piltch, Avram. "Glasshole or Not? 7 Urgent Ethical Dilemmas for Wearable Tech." Laptop. N.p., 13 Feb. 2014. Web. 15 Apr. 2016.Schweizer, Hermann. "Smart Glasses: Technology and Application." (n.d.): n. pag. Web. 15 Apr. 2016.


Augmented Reality vs. Virtual Reality Augmented Reality: Surroundings enhanced by the use of virtual objects User can see the real world along with the virtual one User can interact with the virtual objects Virtual Reality: Creates a virtual world where the

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