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Smart glasses, also known as smart headsets, are innovative hi-tech devices that can display notifications from your smartphone on their integrated display. The technology was pioneered by the famous Google Glass and since then several variants of smart headsets have arrived on the market. The headsets monitor your activity using in-built sensors and the received data then appears literally before your eyes. You can choose from smart headsets by Microsoft, Oakley, HTC, or Jins.
An interesting twist on this formula are the Oakley ski goggles, popular among the avid skiers. They are equipped with a heads-up display, which displays a slew of helpful information in the user's field of view. The Oakley snow goggles measure your speed, distance, and altitude in real time, which is perfect for breakneck downhill runs and wild jump tricks. The Oakley goggles also pair with your phone via Bluetooth and allow you to control music playback and even use some phone functions. The Japanese manufacturer JINS, on the other hand, introduces the MEME fitness smart glasses, which work with your smartphone to track your current physical state, fatigue, and mental condition. All the data is subsequently sent to the JINS app, which evaluates it using graphs and indicators.
The Microsoft HoloLens is a futuristic headset that blurs the line between reality and the virtual world. It works on the basis of a holographic display and blends holograms with physical reality. The HoloLens intelligently maps the room and tracks your gestures, motion, eye movements, and even the voice to allow you to interact with content and information in a natural way. This smart headset brings holograms into the real world and introduces a whole new way to communicate, work, and play games in augmented reality.
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