New Pro 3 Augmented Reality Smart Glass Solution to Debut in the Market
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New Pro 3 Augmented Reality Smart Glass Solution to Debut in the Market

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NuEyes, an iconic innovator in the domain of low-vision technology solutions, launched its next generation of augmented reality smart glasses. Called the Pro 3, the pioneering product will be suitable for facilitating training and learning as well as the primary application in the medical industry as a low-vision solution.

These lightweight smart glasses are also expected to help empower the workforce across multiple sectors including manufacturing, automotive, education, field services, logistics, telecom, and many more. They will help facilitate operations such as guided workflows, remote assistance, knowledge transfer, step-by-step training, 3D data visualization, and MRO maintenance.

Mark Greget, CEO and Founder of NuEyes Technologies, Inc., stated, “This is an exciting pivot for NuEyes. Over the past four years, we have been approached by a multitude of medical, government, and enterprise customers asking for a smart glass solution to meet their needs. With our new multiyear exclusive manufacturing relationship with PFC, we now can deliver on those needs with the Pro 3 product line.”

The tethered solutions will be available in three variants and will weigh only 88 grams. The company promises exceptional clarity with 4K displays and an ultra-wide 51-degree field of view.

The first variant is tethered to a proprietary controller equipped with dual 6DoF cameras along with a forward-facing 20MP RGB Camera. The state of the art device supports features such as SLAM, object, speech, and gesture recognition, as well as plane detection.

The second one, called the Pro 3C, comes with a 5MP RGB camera and a USB type C plug. It helps connect the glasses to any smart device that renders video via a display port. Users can connect it to most Android phones and tablets, iPads, Macs, and Microsoft’s Surface Book 2 to display images in 2D and 3D.

The third variant is focused on facilitating thermal imaging for enterprise requirements.

Customers can start ordering the smart glasses as soon as December 18, and expect to lay their hands on one towards the end of January.

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