Sony’s Single-Lens Display Module Turns Your Glasses Smart

Sony is getting serious about smart glasses. The company has already released more information about the SmartEyeglass SED-E1 AR Glasses. But that product is not exactly something most people will want to wear. Sony’s Single-Lens Display Module is a bit different. It is a compact attachment that turns any eyewear into smart glasses. It has a high-resolution color OLED micro display to provide you with useful notifications and information when you need them.

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Users will be able to track their workouts, get instructions, and keep up with their notifications in a hands-free fashion. The device features an electronic compass, an accelerometer, a touch sensor, and a 640 x 400-pixel resolution display. The above video shows Sony’s Single-Lens Display Module in action.

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