Moverio BT-35E Smartglasses – Epson Launches Next Gen Augmented Reality SmartGlasses

New HDMI and USB-C smartglasses with transparent Si-OLED display offer more flexibility for users connecting to an existing device

The next-generation Moverio BT-35E augmented reality (AR) smartglasses have been launched by Epson Australia. The new devices come with a transparent

Si-OLED display and features an interface unit with both HDMI and USB Type-C ports. So now you can easily connect to a wide range of output devices to immerse yourself into the world of AR.

Building on their optical knowledge, these new smartglasses open up a world of new opportunities including the remote piloting of enterprise drones for high risk tasks such as power line health checks and post-disaster land surveying.

General Manager – Sales & Marketing for Epson Australia’s Consumer Division Bruce Bealby said, “Prior to the new Moverio BT-35E smartglasses, Moverio products have been standalone and have included an Android-based controller unit. The Moverio BT-35E takes this to a new level and represents Epson’s first smartglasses that provide users with wider access to content that they want on a wearable display through existing output devices.

Some of the key features of the  Moverio BT-35E smartglasses include:

  • Transparent Si-OLED display
  • HDMI and USB Type-C Support
  • No External Power Required when used with USB Type-C
  • Dual (Binocular) Displays
  • ANSI Z87.1 Safety-Glass Compliant
  • HDCP 1.4 Support

It is expected that availability of the Moverio BT-35E smartglasses will be around mid-October with a RRP of AUD$1,199.00.

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