Wearable technology is the next step of evolution—devices integrate seamlessly and are easy to use without using the hands or eyes.
FREMONT, CA: It is critical for wearable technology that devices are compact and designed to be integrated into clothing or are otherwise easily portable. It is now possible to deliver variable accurate and additional information to a mobile worker without interfering with their actual task through several devices or disrupting their workflow.
Smart glasses refers to a gadget that places a computer screen/display in front of a person's eyes using appropriate technology to provide data from the background information system. The display can be projected or reflected onto the lens of the glasses, or it can be a separate component brought into direct contact with the eye. Most importantly, users may examine their environment without being distracted by the smart glasses' information when they do not require it.
Smart glasses are frequently associated with the phrase augmented reality (AR), which refers to the process of enhancing and strengthening the current actual environment with data provided by an information system. There is a distinction between display techniques for viewing moving images/video or virtual reality displays built for gaming purposes. The entire field of vision is filled with computer-generated visuals. The most potent smart glass systems can automatically offer information about a target in view, such as a product in one's hand, information about the surrounding environment, and even facial recognition of a person approaching.
The users can communicate with the system in various ways, including through speech, gestures, and finger sweeps. It is critical that system management be practical and straightforward and that the system is appropriate to the purpose and user. The item should be thoroughly fitted/suitable so that users do not have to think about using it or paying attention to it when not in use. Devices used in business must also be compatible with existing IT infrastructure.
At the moment, the technological development of smart glasses is being driven chiefly by consumer market requirements, with Google and Samsung serving as significant solution suppliers. However, the corporate world has already awoken to these solutions' potential, and business requirements will inevitably drive a large portion of future product development.