Reading Always, Given the size of gadgets these days is getting smaller, the idea to create a portable screen that can be carried to wherever seems closer reality.
Lumus, a technology company that special on advanced visual technologies, showing the device named PD-18-2. lens-shaped device that looks complicated, but makes the users can view high quality images while walking.
Products like these are available in the market for professional and military use, but different from the PD-18-2 which allows images shown do not block the view of the wearer.
Translucent lenses used in eyeglasses that creates an 'augmented vision', ie the preparation of layers of images or graphics, on the territory of view of users. The glasses work by collecting images of a micro component dislay and shining it on the eye, to create virtual images SVGA resolution.
These glasses are designed for professionals like pilots, surgeons, and the military. However, there is the possibility of such technologies can be adopted for the consumer market so people can watch broadcast television or playing video games while walking.
"Continuing the successful deployment of the first generation of PD-18-1 for air combat, ground troops, and assembly applications, we are pleased to be releasing the next generation of PD-18-2, which increases our advantage to a new level," said Eli Gikman, Product line Manager for Professional Applications in Lumus.
However, these glasses are likely to drive into the consumer market triggered mixed reactions. Some say the technology could be useful as a portable GPS, there is also concern that current glasses that make people walk around it without realizing.