Q: What is iGlass?
The iGlass is an optical view-throw of augmented reality smart glasses in its initial form: an on-the-299 affordable 300 Ultra sharp TV, which folds into a 120g ultra light glasses form-factor. TV acts as a mobile-big-screen for passenger seats in cars and for smart phones, gaming consoles, etc.
The AR concept itself overcomes one of the main problems of VR, whose very sales center – total immersion – actually proved to be a weakness as it became clear how few customers were willing to spend so much time completely detached from their physical surroundings. AR builds on the experience of the world around you without isolating you from it, a difference that creates almost unlimited possibilities for technology.
From an ergonomic point of view, since the human nose cannot support a weight of more than 30g for a long time, the eyeglass distributes its 120 grams of light weight evenly over the forehead, like the zero pressure on the cap-like nose and mouth. It is very comfortable to wear; even a 6 year old child can wear eyeglasses comfortably for a long time. And the eyeglass easily fits daily prescription glasses at the very convenient bottom.
The iGlass is designed to provide mobile semi-immersed giant screens for smart phones, gaming consoles like the Nintendo Switch, replace TV and movie theaters in college dormitories and homes, and provide semi-immersive mobile entertainment on the go, train , Bus or car passenger seats etc.
Eyeglass believes in the United States that AR’s success depends largely on the existence of a common plug-and-play device that allows a novice user to accidentally engage, as Nintendo wanted its switch to create a device that could play “leisure” video as well as create games. Games that are intended to play “deeply”. IGlass USA Inc. wants its iGlass to provide a “leisure, semi-immersed” gent screen entertainment experience, sitting at home or at home. Why should you care? Because we will not ignore family members and look at the phone screens forever in the path of traffic. AR glasses have a wider range of possibilities than virtual-reality gear that effectively puts you in the eye. Eyeglass goggles are cross-explanatory. When you wear these, it looks like a virtual world has been painted on top of the original – an animal is running around your desk; A 300-inch giant movie screen hangs on your wall.
Eyeglass offers affordable, small, light-weight (120g body, 40g USB-C cable) and 300-inch giant ultra-high-quality image-quality screens: you’ll see the dark environment directly, thus not being unsafe and antisocial, which makes eyeglass unique and makes it suitable for the user in running cases.
From an image quality perspective, iGlass provides professional-level super-sharp and distinctive images, ready to read in small font text
From an easy-to-use perspective, the iGlass is a common plug and play device. No specific calibration or pre-processing of content is required for any device / user. iGlass can play your downloaded 2D / 3D video files directly on your phone or your PC and you can also stream YouTube content live. Eyeglasses already have a lot of existing content so they don’t have to work on the content themselves.
From a privacy protection perspective, the eyeglass not only protects the wearer’s privacy, but also protects the privacy of the wearer: the eyeglass projects the image into the wearer’s retina, so the wearer is the only person who can see the 30-foot virtual semi-transparent screen. Also, to fit the eyeglass outside of the use of public space in the house, the eyeglass has no camera, so it will not invade another person’s privacy in a public place.
From a wide range of technology perspectives, iGlass is a generic ultra-affordable, 4K image quality, giant-screen transparent 3D display technology. Technology iGlass technology has a wide range of applications ranging from entertainment, gaming, education, treatment, medical applications to industrial applications. Including it enables even flying drones while viewing scenes from the sky etc.
The quality of professional imagery in protecting customer prices, common plugs and the nature of the game, and dual-direction privacy makes the iGlass a very unique device, distinguishing it from other AR devices currently in existence (e.g., Microsoft Hollons, Magic Leap One, etc.), all of which The device requires specific content creation / rendering / calibration, and their multiple cameras / trackers are not limited to the business user, not the general consumer user with other people in the neighborhood.
Q: How Much is iGlass?
The price of the eyeglass starts at 29 299 at an affordable consumer price point.
Q: What is iGlass Founder’s Track Record in the AR Industry?
The founder of i-glass. Sam Yuan took a PhD thesis in off-axis drawing with a PhD degree from the College of Optical Science at the University of Arizona. After earning his PhD in 2006, Sam joined the Berkeley Lab’s Advanced Light Source Postdoctoral Researcher, an interesting study on the design and testing of off-axis open form systems.
In January 2012, when Microsoft launched its HoloLens program, Sam joined the Microsoft HoloLens team as a member of the original founding team at the very beginning, beginning a long HoleLance effort, until it reached 201 its.
After a distribution of HoloLens Generation in 201, Sam left Microsoft and joined Metavision AR as director of optics. To meet, Sam leveraged his skills in off-axis free-form systems, helping Meta design and develops his AR helmets.
As an augmented reality veteran with two productivity-based AR headsets already delivered, Sam has now invented his third augmented reality device, this time a $ 299, plug-and-play type, ultra-light, palm-sized semi-immersive mobile AR Glass IMX provides theatrical experience in college dorms, airplanes, trains, buses, taxis, second row cars or at home.
Q: What is iGlass Core Technology?
Eyeglass Core Tech’s “Small Form-Factor, Ultra-Light Weight, Professional Image Quality, Giant-Screen, Semi-Transparent Dual-ID Projection System”.
From a basic display technology perspective, Eyeglass uses its “off-axis” optical V-through dual-eye projection system, which keeps the light source at the top of your forehead out of your sight. The light reflects a pair of curved transparent lenses in your eyes. This system lets you view digital content while viewing the actual environment directly. And you can easily balance how much digital / original content you want to see by controlling the cover of the transparent lens.
Q: How is iGlass’ Off-Axis AR Imaging tech Comparing to Waveguide tech?
Compare with wave-guide based AR glasses (i.e. Lumas, HoloLens, Magic Leap One, etc.), iGlass AR solves three major problems common among wave-guide AR display systems: 1) small FOV (limited by TRIR law) physics) , 2) non-uniform color (angular efficacy of physics is limited by law), 3) very expensive production cost (also due to physics limitation) cost
Eyeglass’s screen size is many times larger than wave-guide based systems. The eyeglass provides professional image quality with detailed and accurate colors. A few percent of iGlass’s BOM (Billing Components) competing waveguide AR Display Tech.
Q: How is iGlass’ Off-Axis AR Imaging tech comparing to Traditional Free-Form Optics?
Dition-free free-form AR systems have three main problems: 1) the relatively low image quality of the optical system (such as being able to read only large fonts, not sharp enough to read detailed small font texts like email text during comfortable reading) distances), 2) super Close-by images (screen about 1 to 2 feet away, images in front of the user’s eyes), 3) The amount of optical engine is so large system large
The iGlass dual-eye off-axis projection system solves this problem. Compared to traditional theatrical free-form optical systems, the image of the eyeglass is extremely sharp, short text ready. The distance of the image of the eyeglass is much farther than about 5-meters, which is more than the distance of the image of the 6 feet of Microsoft HoloLens. And eyeglasses are very small and very light weight in palm-size and body weight.
Q: What is iGlass USA Inc’s Core Competency?
In terms of technology, iGlass AR provides a brand-new, small size, light weight, affordable, giant-screen-size, ultra-high image quality and high color accuracy in the emerging AR industry as AR display core technology, taking the sector to its next level. To be able to – accept huge consumers.
In terms of cost, eyeglass is theoretically the simplest AR image formation method. Its BOM (bill of materials) is a very expensive competition a few percent of Waveguide Tech.
According to the system, iGlass AR is the only known small-sized, ultra-high-image-quality AR solution that can be a monstrous screen size, ultra-affordable consumer AR product. The image quality of the iGlass AR is much better than any existing VV headset; the image is extremely sharp and distinctive, with amazing detail and color accuracy. In fact, well-known technology reviewers who have gotten their hands on the iGlass AR have reported that the iGlass 4K TV is close to the image quality, which is a surprising compliment for wearable’s.
According to the market, the iGlass AR is in an unusually convenient position: for private entertainment in the college dorm, on the plane, for mobile entertainment on the train, iGlass can position itself as a GINT near-i-display for the Nintendo Switch Air, car bus or passenger.