Sony’s Single-Lens Display Module Makes Your Glasses Smarter

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Google GLASS is a pretty awesome device. But it is not for everyone. Many of us prefer using our existing glasses instead. Sony’s Single-Lens Display Module can help. It turns your eyewear into a smart device. The module includes a control board, which has the processor, sensors, Bluetooth, and other goodies, an OLED microdisplay, and an optical unit. The display achieves a resolution of 640 x 400 pixels. Here are the specs:

  • Resolution: 640 (H) x 400 (V) pixel
  • RGB with 24 bit color depth / color space sRGB 100%
  • Max Brightness: 800 cd/m2
  • Contrast Ratio: 10,000:1
  • Processor: ARM® Cortex®-A7 Processor
  • Bluetooth 3.0
  • 400 mAh battery
  • Weight: 40 g

The device will be unveiled at CES 2015.

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