A new set of smart headphones called the Ora-X have launched over on the Indiegogo crowdfunding website this week that combine headphones and an augmented reality display.
The Ora-X smart headphones provide a unique combination of features and functionality that allow you to carry out hands-free messaging, watch video clips and more using the AR display that drops down over your right eye.
Watch the video below to learn more about the world’s first Android smart headphones equipped with an augmented reality screen.
The ORA-X is a cutting edge wearable device that creates a brand new experience. It seamlessly blends mobile audio with a visual experience. This revolutionary device is the world’s Smartest headphones. It’s an Android computer and features high fidelity audio and a transparent retractable display for a crisp, bright image.
The ORA-X enables a multitude of entertainment and interactive applications. You can install and run Android applications, watch videos, or play games on the ORA-X and listen to your favorite tunes at the same time. The ORA-X is a new device allowing for a truly unique mobile entertainment experience.
You can interact with the ORA-X through a touchpad on the side of the headphone or via voice commands to play music, launch applications, navigate menus, and take pictures or video. The ORA-X is an Android computer in the shape of stylish headphones and includes a retractable see-through projection display. The virtual video content will be overlaid on the environment. The ORA-X is not an immersive device that will block the outside world. It is meant to be a mobile device that lets you enjoy audio and video content and run applications wherever you go.
The Ora-X smart headphones are now available to back via Indiegogo priced at $349 for super early bird backers. Providing you with a 45 percent saving over their recommended retail price.
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