We actuallty saw this at CES 2015! Sony announced the availability of their new SED-E1 Developer Edition augmented reality glasses. It features a monochrome see-through display and connects to smartphone devices based on Android version 4.4 and above. According to Sony’s spec sheet, it will run for 150 minutes continuously.
Priced at $840 a pop, it’s definitely in that industrial price range and is obviously intended for developers working to code for the next great thing rather than traditional consumers.
For the 3D fans out there, today we have our interview with Sensio Technologies, makers of 3D GO. Sensio has been in business for over a decade, and they’ve made a name for themselves for codec development and 3D content distribution. In this interview, Richard Laberge talks about their 3D GO service and what’s available for the 3D hungry consumer. This interview turned out very well!