Xiaomi Smart Glasses Unveiled with MicroLED Display
Highlights of the Story
- Xiaomi Smart Glasses offers real-time text translation.
- The glasses come with a 5-megapixel lens.
- Xiaomi has used MicroLED imaging technology.
Xiaomi introduces its first pair of smart specs called Xiaomi Smart Glasses. This is the company’s first new smart eye wearable device. Although it looks like normal sunglasses they embed with sensors and an imaging system. It has come with an aim to compete with the likes of Google, Snapchat, Lenovo, and Facebook. However, one should note that it does not immerse in Virtual Reality (VR) experience.
Xiaomi Smart Glasses are lightweight, weighing 51 grams and integrate a new MicroLED optical waveguide technology. This technology lets you display messages and notifications in front of your eyes, the company said. Moreover, you will be able able to make calls, offer navigation using augmented reality (AR), capture photos, and translate text right before your eyes.
Xiaomi Smart Glasses Features
In terms of design, Xiaomi Smart Glasses come with a round frame. The device apparently is taking inspiration from superhero Iron Man’s smart glasses ‘EDITH’ with a metal bar right above the nose rim. The left hinge carries a 5-megapixel camera. It can also be used as a scanner for real-time translation.
Moreover, Xiaomi Smart Glasses have a built-in microphone and proprietary translating algorithm. The glasses comes with a quad-core ARM processor, battery, touchpad, Wi-Fi/Bluetooth modules, Android operating system, and more. On the other hand, Facebook-RayBan’s glasses take inspiration from classic wayfarer design.
They are adopting optical waveguide technology which refracts lights at 180 degrees. According to the company, the MicroLED display “accurately transmits light beams” to the human eye. Xiaomi Smart Glasses does so through the microscopic grating structure of the optical waveguide lens. The device integrates a total of 497 components. It includes miniature sensors and communication modules. So these glasses are not just a “second screen” for the smartphone, but a standalone device capable of managing daily tasks.
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The Smart Glasses will apparently minimise interruptions at inconvenient times and display important information when it is critical. It also supports XiaoAI AI assistant for voice commands. This is said to be the ‘primary interaction method’.
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