Right in Front of YouVuzix Blade Upgraded Smart Glasses
These glasses might be a bit on the clunky side, but they're beautiful in use. Imagine working on a complex project such as rewiring a piece of electronics. Normally, you’d need to look away to refer to a manual or instructional video, but with these, it’s virtually in front of you.
Capture It in 3DSnap Spectacles 3
Unlike most smart glasses, which incorporate one onboard camera, these have two. As a result, they create 3D images and video. The 4GB flash storage holds 100 videos or 1,200 images; the integral battery allows up to 70 videos per charge. Four microphones add a lush soundtrack to the videos.
A Private, Virtual WorkstationLenovo ThinkReality A3 Smart Glasses
Imagine sitting on your couch at home, “seeing” a full array of up to five virtual, big-screen monitors in front of you. That’s the idea of this system, which allows you to create a virtual workspace in which you can position the monitors for optimal viewing. Even better, these glasses accept prescription lenses.
Fully ConnectedEngo Eyewear
Athletes, whether professional or weekend warriors, measure performance by monitoring bodily activity. This is something easier said than done while running—unless you use this system, engineered for active people. Wearers can track real-time heart rate, speed, distance covered, and more. The glasses also provide excellent protection from ultraviolet rays and debris.
Upgrade Your GlassesVufine+ Wearable Display
This system is a brilliant choice for those who wear glasses. Simply clipped onto your prescription eyewear or favorite sunglasses, it allows you to watch videos, operate a drone, or “see” a second monitor, all via what your eye interprets as a four-inch high-definition screen located 12 inches from your face.