Sony has this week unveiled a new Google Glass style lightweight single lens display module that they have equipped with an LED display and designed to provide users with visual information directly in front of their eye.
The new Sony display module consists of an optical unit together with an LED micro-display which is powered by a control board consists of a processor, sensor hub with Bluetooth and wireless connectivity.
Sony has announced that they will be unveiling the new display module for the first time in public during next years 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to be held in Las Vegas starting January 6th to 2015.
The Sony display module exhibited will take the form of a concept model called “SmartEyeglass Attach!,” which proposes one potential use for the module and is meant to be attached to sports eyewear pieces. Sony explains :
“This display module possesses the potential to enrich users’ lives in a variety of ways. By simply attaching it to a pair of fashionable glasses, goggles, sunglasses, or other type of eyewear, you can instantly gain access to visual information that adds a level of convenience to your everyday life.
The module also has potential applications in sports or for work, among other areas, displaying helpful information that supports you in the activity you are engaged in. And this is all done in a small sub-window that does not obstruct your field of vision. Because the module is easily attachable/detachable, you can use it only when you want to, and you have the option to store it away if it does not suit the occasion.
Sony’s new module presents the opportunity to begin incorporating glasses-style smart devices into your life in a comfortable, easy way.”
For more information on the new SonySingle-Lens Display Module with OLED display jump over to the Sony website for details via the link below.
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