Video eyewear hasn't been the most practical, or even quality, technology to emerge over the past 10 years, but it still carries an essence of the future with it. And while they're not any more practical, Lumus Technologies' 720p DK-32 See-Through video eyewear struck enough of a balance between picture quality,…
Video glasses are a pretty dorky vision of the future. I mean, put on a pair of blockers so you can watch video by yourself? A little bit anti-social, are we? Lumus wants to help a little bit by making glasses which let you watch video and see through the lens too.
The Pitch: Glasses that project a transparent virtual interface directly into your eyes, essentially bringing to life all heads-up user interface designs from every Sci-Fi show ever.
The Lumus PD-20 aren't quite the Holy Grail of video glasses, but they are a small to mid-sized step in the proper direction. Instead of looking at the actual image source (coming from that box on the frame), wearers view a reflection from the Light-guide Optical Element (LOE) placed in direct eye view.