Sony invents a wearable display to make your glasses smart

Other than Google, Sony seems to be most bullish about the idea of putting head-up displays on everyone through the implementation of screen-equipped headsets. Today, the Japanese company reveals its latest experiment in this direction: an OLED microdisplay that attached to a person’s glasses and provides relevant information in a “high-resolution” 640 x 400 color format. Two additional modules, which are designed to rest atop the wearer’s temples, connect up to the microdisplay and provide it with an ARM processor, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, an accelerometer, a touch sensor, and a 400mAh battery. Spec-wise, it’s like attaching an Android Wear watch to your glasses.

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