Xiaomi Smart Glasses With Calling, Photos, and Navigation features might turn out to be the hottest product to hit the market. The Smart Glasses look like normal sunglasses but are embedded with sensors and an imaging system to enable various smart features including navigation and real-time text translation.
These Glasses are lightweight, weighing 51 grams, and integrate a new MicroLED optical waveguide technology to display messages and notifications in front of your eyes. Not only this they can make calls, offer navigation using augmented reality (AR), capture photos, and translate text right before your eyes.
Xiaomi Smart Glasses With Calling, Photos, and Navigation
The new Xiaomi Smart Glasses have been announced but pricing and availability information was not revealed. The wearable is likely to first be made available in China before coming to global markets. Xiaomi’s new Smart Glasses will compete with Facebook’s recently introduced Ray-Ban Storie’s smart glasses.
Facebook has adopted the classic Wayfarer frames and integrated smart components to enable several functionalities. But the Xiaomi version has a squarish frame with a band running on top. The band that sits on top of the ears is slightly thick, presumably laden with sensors.
The company has opted for a monochrome display solution. This allows sufficient light to pass through and it is said to be capable of reaching a peak brightness of 2 million nits. They have integrated a total of 497 components including miniature sensors and communication modules.
As mentioned, the glasses adapt the MicroLED imaging technology. This way they are able to lower the design space needed in structural design. As well as the overall weight of the device. Xiaomi says that MicroLEDs have a higher pixel density and a simpler structure.
This allows for a more compact display, along with easier screen integration. It has a display chip measuring just 2.4×2.02mm. The company says the display is roughly the size of a grain of rice. With individual pixels sized at 4μm.