Epson introduces the Moverio BT-100, world’s first Android see-through wearable display.The smart glasses system consists of two components – a glasses based micro-projection technology and an Android 2.2-powered trackpad controller, which combined to allow users to view and enjoy digital content on a virtual 80-inch perceived screen (viewed from 16.4 feet away) projected into the user’s real environment. It even supports side-by-side 3D content and Dolby Mobile surround sound.
The portable wearable display supports WiFi connectivity. As the controller runs Android operating system, users can watch streaming videos from sites such as YouTube or Vimeo, browse the web and evem download and interact with apps and content. If the 1GB built-in storage is not enough for storing media files, games and apps, the BT-100 has a microSD/SDHC card slot supporting up to 32GB cards. The Android smart glasses also comes with Adobe Flash 11 support.
Moverio BT-100′s rechargeable battery offers up to 6 hours of use. It is available for $699.99.