Epson was selected by the
Sporting a sleek, light design, Epson's Moverio BT-200 is a true binocular display using a miniaturised LCD-based projection lens system and optical light guide in each side of the glasses.
The Moverio platform's advanced binocular optical system projects see-through overlays of digital content onto the real-world in the centre of the smart glasses' field of view. Enabling a seamless blend of the physical and digital world, the Moverio BT-200 technology platform makes a new world of augmented reality applications possible for consumers as well as commercial enterprises.
"We are honoured to be recognised by CEA with this prestigious award," said
CES Innovations awards products are judged by a distinguished panel of independent industrial designers, engineers and members of the media to honour outstanding design and engineering in cutting-edge consumer electronics products.
Epson and their application developer partners showcased the application demos of the Moverio BT-200 at the
The glasses contain built-in sensors including a gyroscope, GPS, accelerometer and microphone, as well as Dolby Digital Plus sound capability and a multi-touch track pad that allows users to take control and run applications on the Moverio's 1.2GHz dual core processor. Weighing in at only 88g, and with a battery life of up to six hours, Epson said that the Moverio BT-200 can be used "on the move or at home".
In addition, the Moverio BT-200 smart glasses will be on display at the Innovations Design and Engineering Showcase at International CES 2014.
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