London's National Theatre is testing Epson Moverio BT-300 AR smartglasses to enable deaf and hearing-impaired people to read subtitles in their field of vision when they are watching any performance.
Epson thinks smart glasses will play a very important part in our future with growing uptake of its Moverio technology in tourism, health, real estate, education, sports, and, following recent CASA legislation, for drone piloting.
Will Epson’s latest set of transparent, Android-powered SmartGlasses be a real mover in the commercial space?
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