By Aryaman Bhatia, Staff reporter, The Pawprint DAA
Glasses that have real time translation with bone conduction speakers, project maps in front of your eyes and be able to shoot photographs as you walk.
Xiaomi introduces its own smart glasses, and this is only the beginning of a new technological category. As these glasses have two displays on their lenses, this is the first step towards integrating the actual world with the realm of Augmented reality. These screens will be capable of displaying messages and notifications, making calls, navigating, and translating text in real-time in front of your eyes. The glasses will also be able to shoot photographs, will be powered by a quad-core ARM CPU, and will operate on Android. They also employ MicroLED imaging technology, which has greater brightness and a longer lifespan than OLED. According to the firm, the technology has a simpler structure, allowing it to produce a smaller display.
These glasses will also be capable of real-time translation, allowing individuals to conduct meaningful discussions and create genuine connections. Furthermore, the glasses will only weigh 51 grams, which is still lighter than Facebook’s, allowing you to wear them for longer periods of time. When combined with a larger battery, you can wear these for an entire day without missing any notifications or important events because everything is on the face!