Google Glass might have the PR strength to make it seem like they’re the only smartglasses around, but they’ve got a formidable rival.
Atheer One is a set of smartglasses that includes 3D gesture technology.
While Google Glass can be controlled using a touchpad located on the side of the device, Atheer One visualizes a 26-inch screen in front of you that can be manipulated with gestures as if it were a tablet.
Connected to your Android smartphone via micro-USB, the Atheer smartglasses are a totally interactive gesture experience. Developers can create new applications; and Atheer labs, the company behind the smartglasses, will be shipping a developer kit for people who want to test the Atheer One as much as possible.
Here’s an example of the gesture interaction in use.
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Now, combine the voice-activated software of Google Glass with the gesture-interactive design of Atheer One and you’ve got a complete pair of smartglasses. What waits for us when this is available?
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Photo Credit: Atheer Labs
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