The demo will include AR-Man apps that allow users to literally walk through and interact with a digital world via the Moverio’s transparent display.
The company said it will also include an AR multiplayer game by the graduate students from Carnegie Mellon University’s Entertainment Technology Center (ETC) where players can battle head-to-head on the 1-to-1, transparent, 3D-strategy board game.
In addition, CN2 of Atlanta designed medical device training will assist in training medical staff on new device and displays step-by-step AR instructions over a WellStar Atrium Express chest drainage system.
While, new HDMI input solution from Colorado Video allows Inspire 1 DJI drone pilots to see what the drone is seeing on the Moverio BT-200 while maintaining a clear line of sight.
Company officials said Moverio BT-200 also provides a transparent display directly in the user’s field of view and makes it the optimal device for 3D augmented reality applications.
The Epson Moverio BT-200 smart glasses are available for $699.99.
Few days ago, Epson launched its new EcoTank brand to transform printing category and launched five new all-in-one color printers with large reservoirs.
Also, Label Print Technologies deployed Epson SurePress L-4033AW for printing complex, short-run labels for customers in the food and beverage industries.