One of the first companies to enter the AR market, Epson is now leading the way with a line of comfortable smart glasses that are being used by enterprises and consumers worldwide to deliver hands-free augmented reality experiences.
Lightweight with improved processing capability, Epson’s range of Moverio smart glasses feature motion-tracking sensors and include dual (binocular) displays that make them ideal for viewing side-by-side 3D content.
Creating new AR applications for these smart glasses has become even easier with the introduction of the optimised SDK from Wikitude. Now developers can be assured their apps will achieve optimal performance across a wide variety of environments and different use cases.
Specific enhancements include Intel SSE optimisation to improve processing power and performance, an upgraded stereoscopic view to enable full 3-D (side-by-side) see-through, and personal calibration to ensure perfect alignment between the real world and AR content.
In the enterprise sector, developers will be able to create augmented reality solutions that transform how drones are piloted and add immersive content to remote assistance, maintenance, and training.
Siew Jin Kiat, Senior Regional Director, Epson Singapore says Wikitude’s fully optimised SDK, combined with Epson’s cutting-edge devices, will empower the creation of an entire new generation of applications that significantly improve the user experience across many industries.