Glasses

New athletic model - Mitamanma Megane Goggles - from Thanko's miniature camera built-in glasses series called "Mitamanma Megane" - is out.

Epson originally set the release date of its Android 4.0 glasses-shaped head mounted display MOVERIO BT-200 for April 24, however, today they announced that they are going to postpone the date to May 29 due to development delays.

A primary feature of MOVERIO BT-200 is that you can see background while you watch the image displayed in front of you.

Elecom's glasses series that suppresses harmful blue light generated from LED displays will release new reading glasses model OG-DBLC in late April.

The population of senior smartphone, tablet, and PC users has been increasing more and more, so products for blue light suppression have growing interest from seniors. As well as being reading glasses, OG-DBLC is able to cut blue light by 43% and also protect your eyes against UV rays by 99.9%.

Not Augment Reality (AR), Just Head-Mounted Displays
Epson
is going to release Android 4.0 glasses-shaped device MOVERIO BT-200 for about ¥70,000 on April 24.

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As a part of their research into wearable computing, Docomo are working with the possibility of pairing smartphones with head-mounted interfaces. At CEATEC 2013, they demonstrated a variety of situations where this technology could be utilized in the future.

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