Vuzix and Nuance have announced partnership this month to bring voice recognition support to the Vuzix M100 smart glasses which now incorporates voice recognition technology for a 2.0 OS release.
Vuzix has announced that the new Nuance voice-recognition update for their Vuzix M100 smart glasses includes noise-cancelling technology which is now directly embedded in the M100 smart glasses.
The latest Vuzix M100 smart glasses that were originally unveiled during CES 2013 consist of a fully self-contained Android device with its own processor and storage, similar to that created by Google in the form of their Google Glass smart eyewear but with some unique differences. Vuzix CEO Paul Travers explains:
“By integrating Nuance’s voice technology into our M100 platform, we’ve given our customers even greater flexibility in the way they can use our smart glasses to solve issues that challenge their business,”-“And because a user can speak naturally, integrating smart glass technology into our customers’ business processes is more intuitive and simply faster, saving both time and energy.”
At the current time no release date has been specified by Vuzix for the rollout of their new M100 2.0 operating system, but as soon as more information comes to light we will keep you updated as always. For more information on the new Vuzix M100 smart glasses jump over to the Vuzix website for details. Vuzix M100 smart glasses pre-orders now being accepted for $999.
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