Epson, the world largest Electronic & Technology company from Japan launches the world’s first Android based Wearable Display Glasses. Epson developed this glasses based on Android Version 2.2. The Epson Moveria BT-100 Wearable display glasses uses micro-projection technology, which makes them capable of delivering images from a built in qHD (960×540) screen and an Android based track pad controller to enable users to view streaming video, experience side-by-side 3D content. The image projected to each eye gives the viewing experience of a 80 inch screen display.
The glass includes a built-in Wi-fi controller & 1 GB of storage space, it also offers the users to extend the storage space with the help of a 4 GB microSDHC memory card and nearly six hours of rechargeable battery life. Epson developed Moveria BT-100 glasses with Android 2.2 but the company announced that an upgrade to a latest version will be available soon. The Most innovative device can be ordered online for $699.
Epson Moveria BT-100 Overview Video