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.

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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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