Epson Moverio BT-200 + Aero Glass: Augmented Reality Aerial Navigation

We have covered the Epson Moverio BT-200 augmented reality glasses here a bunch of times in the past. So what can you do with a device like that? The folks at Aero Glass show how smart glasses like these can be used to provide pilots with augmented reality aerial navigation. Pilots can use this solution to look around in any direction to see all kinds of useful information. It allows them to keep their plane on the right track. The developers are planning to add takeoff, weather, and other useful information. The below video shows how this works:

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