Forget looking at the world through rose colored glasses – try these on for size. Video eyewear manufacturer Vuzix has unveiled its Wrap 920AR glasses prototype that features cameras mounted to the lenses that project real world images ontoLCD’s inside the glasses, seamlessly mixing real-world and computer generated imagery.
The glasses incorporate a camera on each lens that captures video at a resolution of 752×480 at 60fps offering a combined image of 1504×480 which can also be viewed in stereoscopic 3D. The cameras project real-world imagery onto LCD’s inside the glasses that give the effect of watching a 67” display from ten feet away. The images are overlaid with computer generated imagery effectively creating an augmented reality.
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