Consumer technology giants have already hinted at the next big trend in the industry. Smart glasses are the products of the future, which can ensure that the wearer can answer the phone, listen to music, and call the voice assistant hands-free.
Many people believe that smart Bluetooth glasses can replace mobile phones in the future. It is conceivable that these devices can even become our main means of consuming digital information and entertainment. The challenge is to develop prototypes that mainstream consumers can afford, and more importantly, want to wear them (must keep this style novel).
Today, most available smart Bluetooth glasses are bulky and expensive. Although some provide AR and VR functions, the technology far exceeds the needs of ordinary people. Nevertheless, smart Bluetooth eyewear may still follow a trend similar to mobile phone technology-it took many years to reach a level close to universal.
Smart glasses prove their value in commercial use
The biggest brands in consumer technology have invested a lot of time and money in smart Bluetooth eyewear . Companies covet different features and functions based on where they see the greatest value and differentiation potential. With the continuous development of technology, many people initially focused on commercial applications.
For example, Microsoft’s smart Bluetooth eyewear are mainly used to support VR and AR for business use cases. Last week, the company began selling its HoloLens 2 headsets for $3,500. It provides a larger field of view than its predecessor and a new gesture tracking function. The wearer can access menus and grab and drag objects in the virtual environment.
Google’s smart glasses can also be used for commercial purposes. After the failed release for consumers, Google Glass is now mainly used to support hands-free work. Through the glasses, the wearer can access training videos, open quality checklists, etc., so that they can perform tasks more effectively.
The possibilities of smart Bluetooth eyewear are almost limitless. All that needs to be done is to further improve the technology and do more software development to continuously improve them. As they become more mainstream, prices will drop and features will rise, eventually making them as popular as tablets.
Attract everyday consumers
On the consumer side, Snap launched Spectacles 3 glasses this week and aimed them at Snapchat users. Wearers can take photos and videos anytime, anywhere, and add effects to the Snapchat application. Although it is not possible to obtain any digital information through glasses, the company is reportedly working to increase AR capabilities.
Facebook’s Oculus headset is a popular virtual reality gaming device that recently earned more than $100 million in revenue. The price of the product is $399 or $499, depending on the memory specifications. Looking ahead, Facebook is cooperating with Luxottica, the company that owns Ray-Ban, to develop stylish AR glasses.
Smart glasses today
However, traditional smart glasses have the same disadvantage, that is, they are too bulky and make the wearer feel uncomfortable. Now Corsca‘s new smart glasses weigh only 23g, allowing you to get rid of the uncomfortable feeling of traditional smart glasses.
This is why we designed it as the lightest smart glasses to date. Weighing only 23 grams, it can really become your daily smart glasses.
Compared with Bluetooth headsets, smart glasses will never give you a dull “ear feeling” at any time. They are directly connected to the outside world, and you don’t have to worry about loosening and falling off your ears like wireless headsets. There will be earaches like earphones. Or fever.
Thanks to the protection of anti-ultraviolet lens and anti-blue lens, you can also protect your eyes by facing the screen for a long time or facing the harsh outdoor sunlight.
Are you also troubled by putting out voices while answering calls in public places? If the loudspeaker is too loud, the people next to it will hear it. If the loudspeaker is too low, the sound cannot be heard because of the surrounding environment.
The emergence of smart glasses has solved our problem, because smart glasses transmit sound through bone conduction technology. Semi-open hearing technology enables sound to be transmitted from the built-in high-definition noise reduction microphone in the temples to the ears around the glasses. Each temple has a built-in speaker close to the ear.
The unique sound cavity design guides the sound to form the ear beam. The surround sound HD audio is transmitted directly to the wearer’s ears. People around you cannot hear it, but you can also hear it. There are various sounds around, so you can answer the phone and continue driving while still watching the road, which is great.
Although smart glasses are not yet a popular item, they will certainly show an upward trend. We will use smart glasses more and more frequently in our daily lives. Of course, we are still preparing for the upgrade of smart glasses.