Augmented reality glasses are one of those next-generation technology inventions that sound great but are difficult to get comfortable with because of just how different they are. This situation calls for constant improvement, upgrades and evolution of products, and few companies embody this necessity like Epson, which has already launched the third version of its Epson Moverio augmented reality glasses.
Launched at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, these augmented reality glasses feature transparent lenses embedded with OLED displays, a quad-core processor and the Android 5.1 operating system. Furthermore, these augmented reality glasses weigh far less than their predecessors the BT-200s, making these officially the world's lightest augmented reality glasses.
Available for preorder, the Epson Moverio BT-300 glasses are raising the stakes in the augmented reality glasses game.