Meet the Lumus DK-50: a pair of augmented reality glasses with eye tracking cameras to make it easier for users to get information hands-free. It relies on SMI’s advanced software to provide wearers with an interactive experience.
The ability to superimpose information and instructions onto real objects gives the wearer the benefit of at-a-glance, attention-based information. In the workplace this could be cargo instructions, patient health data, or machine performance analysis
explains Christian Villwock, Director of SMI’s OEM Solutions Business. You can find the Lumus DK-50 at Augmented World Expo.