Vuzix M3000 Smart Glasses
Augmented reality startup Vuzix wants to boost the idea of display technology on glasses with its M3000 model.
These smart glasses feature advanced waveguide optics, giving users hands-free mobile computing capabilities. The Android-based M3000 is ergonomically designed and rugged, and includes an Intel Atom processor, built-in memory and camera recording features.
Unlike Google Glass, however, the M3000 is not for consumers, but for commercial, professional and pro-sumer users. Employees in the industrial, medical and manufacturing markets can use the smart glasses to check information, collect data and improve existing workflows. The Henrietta, N.Y.-based company's M3000 smart glasses will hit the market in summer 2017.