Surprisingly, these dynamic images are created inside the user’s eyes.
The lenses of smart glasses usually serve as augmented reality screens, but the new device from Bosch is a different story. Instead, these glasses created images inside the wearer’s eyes. The gadget sends lasers through a holographic element and the light lands directly in the user’s pupil.
The image is projected onto one eye, allowing users to see everything around them. The focal distance is set at 1.3 meters by default, but these settings can be easily adjusted. The device does not feature eye-tracking technology, which means that the projected image disappears when the user averts his or her gaze. The device is equipped with a 350 mAh battery, and a full charge can survive a full day of nonstop work.
The gadget is much lighter and more convenient than similar options, but it is not ready for the market yet. Bosch will further develop this new technology, and one day we will see a commercial version of this device.
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