Wearable display maker Vuzix is back with its new STAR 1200XLD, an all-digital see-through augmented reality (AR) binocular video eyewear. The AR-enabled glasses allows users to see the real world while simultaneously viewing relevant computer generated information, graphics and alerts. It supports audio and video to virtually all HDMI-out devices, supports 3D video abd DRM content.
The STAR 1200XLD delivers a 75-inch virtuall display as seen from 10 feet/3 meters. It has a 852×480 native resolution and 35 degree field of view, and features adjustable eye-separation and AccuTilt for visual clarity and display quality. The glasses sports 3DOF motion tracking sensors and a built in 1080p HD camera for tracking and recognizing” the real world objects. This AR feature set allows 3D computer generated content to be locked in place when overlaid on top of the user’s direct view of the real world. A controller interface is included for connecting with video sources, display controls and providing power to the eyewear.
Vuzix’s STAR 1200XLD AR video eyewear is available for $4999.