Intel Vaunt HUD Smart Glasses Use Retinal Projection Technology

Intel Vaunt HUD Smart Glasses Use Retinal Projection Technology

Intel’s New Devices Group (NDG) are currently in the process of designing a prototype pair of smart glasses which will use retinal projection technology to provide a heads-up display that the glasses projects directly onto the wearer's retina. Unlike Google Glass the new Intel smart glasses will look more like traditional glasses rather than some cyborg attached viewing display. Check out the video linked below to learn more about the new Intel Vaunt smart glasses which are expected to be available to developers sometime during 2018.

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Intel Vaunt Smart Glasses Use Retinal Projection Technology - Geeky Gadgets
The Intel Vaunt smart glasses weighed just under 50g and the electronics within are positioned on each sides of the frame, taking the form of two small modules built into the stems of the eyeglasses. Due to the inclusion of retinal projection technology the glasses need to be set up correctly to provide the projection

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