Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi Officially introduced the company’s first pair of smart glasses this Tuesday (14), despite no plans to sell it.
The Xiaomi Smart Glass combines an imaging system and sensor with a tiny MicroLED screen. With it, they are able to display messages and notifications, transit routes, in addition to making calls, capturing photos or translating text in real time.
This model works independently of other devices like smartphones, and has a 5MP front camera that just takes pictures. An illuminated beacon indicates when it is on to prevent breach of privacy.
According to the manufacturer, MicroLED technology was chosen not only for the savings in space and lightness (the specs weigh 51 grams), but also for the higher pixel density and longer panel life.
Inside Xiaomi’s glasses.Source: Xiaomi
Optical waveguide technology helps conduct electromagnetic waves and light transmission in the eye without harming vision. It’s all done with the same lens, while similar structures require a whole set for the same effect.
The chip that controls the emitted material on the lens measures 2.4mm by 2.02mm – and, in addition, the glasses are made up of 497 components that include sensors, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modules, and an operating system based on Android.
navigation function.Source: Xiaomi
So that your vision is not obstructed by the content at unwanted times, the company used the Xiao AI assistant to understand when it is necessary to display each format of information.
For now Xiaomi smart glasses are just a concept, which means there is no release date. in response to website ledge, a representative of the brand said that there are “no plans” for sales of this model, which does not mean that more advanced versions will be commercialized in the near future.