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Intel Smart Glasses (Abandoned Project)

This project could have been a great success but due to certain limitations, Intel abandoned the Intel Smart Glasses Project. We have provided all the information that might be helpful for you.

Intel designed a model of smart glasses which were designed in such a way that they look normal – and normal for a pair of smart glasses. Intel revealed New Smart Glasses called VAUNT in 2018, which are augmented reality (AR) infused smart glasses, and were made to be as inconspicuous as possible. 

Vaunt is the best solution to Magic leap Goggles or Microsoft HoloLens. The last most ordinary and preferably most usable glasses were called Google Glass, which created the tale of Glassholes using the perfectly built-in camera. This camera takes photos and record video without consent or gesture vigorously in the faces of confused passersby. 

Intel gets rid themselves of relying on outward-face cameras or touch-utilizing controls like other smart glasses. Intel’s New Design Group (NDG) is now thinking of voice-stimulated controls and lasers to design new Vaunt hands-free

No pricing information is released yet, but Google Glass is about of $1500.00 (£1000.00, about AU$1590.00), to give you an idea of what a Vaunt will cost more or in the range of these glasses cost.

Features of Vaunt’s Al:

At the moment, vaunt is keeping its feature to be secret yet; Vonshak who is the head of products at Intel’s New Design Group (NDG) has revealed some of its basic features. He described that Vaunt’s Al will be clever enough to find the head movements and can take action to certain commands which have been built-in into it like a built-in accelerometer. Intel also veiled that Vaunt’s Al could have mics in them to communicate with voice assistants.

It is obvious that we have not seen these features working yet, but Intel’s New Design Group has claimed that Vaunt’s Al can send all kinds of Contextual Information based on their location and tracking gaze. Indications have shown that most apps of Vaunt’s Al will work on smart devices rather than directly on your glasses.

To keep away from having text in your sight, Intel-built Vaunt’s Al will show the dashboard when the wearer quickly looks down at the bottom side of the frame. The display will disappear, as soon as the wearer looks up. This feature cancels the problems that occur due to hand gestures

Working of Vaunt’s Al:

If you are checking any notifications or actively watching any video on YouTube in AR glasses, then the Surrounding people can see clearly, while with Vaunt’ Al you can have only access to your media and it will be invisible to possibly everyone else around you. 

This feature is because Vaunt’s Al passes the low-intensity laser directly into your right eye retina. But in peripheral vision, it does not pass these lasers causing no damage to your eye. Vaunt’s Al is both an iOS and android supported device that has the same feature as Smart Watch- Pulling Wearer’s Notification. 

The designers aim for wearers to look quickly into the bottom right corner of their eyesight and check for notifications and messages, without pulling off a phone or looking at their wrist. It uses VCSEL to examine your face for Animoji and Face detection. This VCSEL is the same laser that is used by iPhone X. The VCSEL passes a beam of 400 x 150 pixels right into the right eye causing the image onto a retina. 

Near-or-far-sighted customers can observe the text as obviously as someone with 20-20 vision because the image goes directly to your eye retina. The weight of the glasses is balanced by a laser, Bluetooth, and process on the right side of the glasses and another remaining tech on the left side. Vaunt’s Al is a little heavier than ordinary frames. It weighs approximately 50 grams while Google Glass weighed 42 grams.




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