MWC 2016: EPSON unveils Android-powered Moverio BT-300 augmented reality (AR) smart glasses. Epson today unveiled the third generation of its Moverio smart glasses for augmented reality (AR). On display at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain this week, the Moverio BT-300 features Epson's breakthrough silicon-based OLED (organic light emitting diode) digital display technology, enabling truly transparent mobile augmented reality (AR) experiences for business and consumers.
EPSON Moverio BT-300
The Moverio BT-300 is the lightest binocular see-though smart glasses announced to date, and is more than 20% lighter than the Moverio BT-200, setting a new standard for augmented reality (AR) smart eyewear. The glasses are powered by a quad-core Intel Atom X5 processor and Android 5.1, enabling efficient rendering of complex 3D experiences.
An upgraded 5 mega pixel front-facing camera and on-board sensors enable the Moverio BT-300 to more precisely determine the location of objects in the real world. The Si-OLED projection system can then seamlessly render and lock 3D content to these objects, with no display background or edges in the field of view.
Pricing & Availability
The Epson Moverio BT-300 will be available in late 2016 and is available for pre-order at Epson.com/Moverio.
Epson Moverio BT-300 Specifications:
OS: Android 5.1
CPU: Intel Atom 5 1.44GHz Quad Core
Display: Format: Silicon (Si) OLED; Resolution: HD (1280 × 720); Contrast: 100,000: 1 and above
Camera: Resolution: 5 mega pixel
Sensors: GPS/ magnetic/ accelerometer/ gyro
Wireless: W/LAN: WiFi, 11a/ b/ g/ n/ ac (5 GHz); Bluetooth: Bluetooth Smart Ready
User interface: Trackpad and key
Battery time: Approx. 6 hours (when replaying moving images)