Avegant Glyph

Body Location

Worn on the Head

Primary Application

Entertainment & Gaming

About Glyph

The Avegant Glyph is a cutting edge wearable head-mounted display designed to provide a more lifelike and comfortable viewing experience than other similar technologies. Avegant has partnered with Texas Instruments (TI) to create a custom digital light processing (DLP) display designed to project an image directly into the user's retina. The device's battery lasts two to three hours before needing to be recharged. This company launched a crowd funding campaign on Kickstarter on 22 January 2014, and their goal of $250,000 was met in 4 hours.

Company

Avegant

Device Name

Glyph

Consumer Release

December 2014

Price

$499.00 USD

Glyph Network


Features

DLP Display, Audio Speaker, Button Interface, Accelerometer, Gyroscope & Magnetometer

Power Source

Rechargeable Battery & External Source

Connectivity

HDMI & USB

Compatibility

Android, iOS, OSX, Windows, Windows Mobile & Blackberry

Immediate Workplace Benefits

Training & Productivity

Workplace Potential Overview

The device can be used as a training tool; it would maximize the "real life" conditions of a training practice by recreating a virtual workplace setting without the dangers, costs or other impediments associated with it. It also has some potential for workers productivity, as it allows a hand-free and instant access to critical information, projected directly into the user's retina.

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