SEER: Augmented Reality Helmet with 100° Field of View

Meet the SEER: an open source, open hardware augmented reality helmet with a 100-degree field of view to provide you with an immersive experience. It is smartphone-powered and provides you with a hands-free experience. You can easily control it using a smartwatch, joystick, controller, or keyboard. In fact, WiFi and Bluetooth devices can be used in conjunction with it to enhance your experience.

SEER’s developers are already working on fun solutions for it. Apps such as StarMap are compatible with the device as well. The project is live on Kickstarter.

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