Wednesday, November 16, 2016

HiScene, Inuitive, Heptagon Team on AR Glasses

Shoot: HiScene (not HiSense!), Inuitive and Heptagon have teamed to roll out AR Glasses, billed as HiScene’s next generation of Augmented Reality (AR )glasses. The companies worked together to develop a complete solution for advanced 3D depth sensing and AR/VR applications that delivers excellent performance even in changing light conditions and outdoors. HiAR Glasses incorporate Inuitive’s NU3000 Computer Vision Processor and Heptagon’s advanced illumination.

The glasses’ AR operating system provides stereoscopic interactivity, 3D gesture perception, intelligent speech recognition, natural image recognition, inertial measuring unit (IMU) displayed with an improved 3D graphical user interface.

We are committed to providing the best possible user experience to our customers, and for this reason we have partnered with Inuitive and Heptagon to create the most intelligent AR glasses available on the market,” said Chris Liao, CEO of HiScene. “The technologies implemented provide a seamless experience in a robust and compact format, without compromising on battery life.

Inuitive’s NU3000 serves AR Glasses by providing 3D depth sensing and computer vision capabilities. This solution acts also as a smart sensors hub to accurately time-stamp and synchronize multiple sensors in a manner that off-loads the application processor and shortens the development time. “Inuitive’s solution allows Hiscene to provide the reliability, latency and performance its customers expect,” said Shlomo Gadot, CEO of Inuitive. “With Inuitive technology, AR products and applications can now be used outdoors without the sunlight interfering or damaging their efficacy thanks to cameras featuring depth perception.

The new HiScene AR glasses feature an impressive array of cameras under the hood:

2 comments:

  1. This device was actually built by ThunderSoft, Inuitive is one of the partner of Thundersoft.

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  2. Seems like another AR piece of crap solution that really can't be used outdoors due to poor, limited displays. It is using Sony OLEDs. There is no way these are bright enough unless they put attenuators ("sunglasses") in front of the glasses. Same crap... Different makeup... Another day.

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