It consists of two distinct pieces of technology–Eidos Audio PLUS Eidos Vision. This gear enhances sight and hearing power of the wearer. Loaded with directional microphones Eidos Audio holds a software filtering system that detaches noise grabbed from the audio, making users listen selectively in otherwise ear-splitting environments.
This headband carries wireless EEG (electroencephalography) technology via which the electrical activity of the wearer’s brain is scanned; the date assembled by way of it is interpreted via the Melon app, finally delivering tailored information to the users concerning their focus as they go about doing various activities.
Having on a debonair headpiece heaves up your style perspective, but it cannot figure out your brainwaves, and fare poorly when you need boosting up your sensory intelligence. Today we have in store for you a big surprise—ten exciting tech-imbued headpieces ready-to-wear or under construction.
Zeiss Cinemizer OLED
Cinemizer OLED by German optoelectronics firm Zeiss are a miracle pair of multimedia video glasses, carrying a lightweight multimedia design; a handy piece it comes fitted with individual dual high-resolution OLED displays dishing a virtual 40” 3D picture. Cinemizer is configurable, so wearers of spectacles can modify each screen separately by employing an adjustable wheel to adapt a prescription within a range of -5 and +2 diopters for each eye.
Emoki Animal Ears
Constructed by Emoki a company stationed at San Francisco, ‘animal ears’ hold a base headset having immaculate sensory capabilities==it discerns electrical activity of body and brain giving an upwards signal to the wearer when he is shocked or focusing. Is great for interviews and dates.
Imec Wireless EEG Headset
Imec a nanoelectronics firm stationed at Belgian has constructed a prototype headset that’s capable of scanning brain’s electrical activity. It holds a wireless unit that can record around 8 channels of EEG information simultaneously and relay the date to a faraway receiver.
Emotiv Insight is an astounding sensory device that has been dubbed the’next-generation brain wear.’
A product made by Emotiv Lifesciences the bioinformatics company it’s more or less a wireless five-channel EEG headset that grabs a range of brain activity and translates it into accessible information fit for consuming by users.
Google Glass headgear is a class-apart that takes mobile computing to an entirely different level of usage. Google Glass puts an end to the need of physically looking at a screen to view data—packed with an optical head-mounted display Google empower users to get online in great style and has a smartphone-like display. You can operate it easily by giving voice commands, for example, just say: ”Hey Glass, click a picture” and your command will be promptly obeyed.
Motorola HC1 Headset Computer
Motorola’s HC1 headset stands at the top of the heap when it comes to comparing the wide range of mobile computing devices parading the market. It’s loaded with a slew of features like voice-recognition software, loudspeakers banded to the ear, microphones and a micro-display, plus an accelerometer and gyroscope to enable control with head movements. It can be connected at once with a slew of mobile devices, via wi-fi and Bluetooth, PLUS you can stream videos or graphics from the site of action to an array of distinct networks.
Oculus Rift gives the wearer the power to move right into the virtual world—I’m not kidding. A piece made solely for gaming, it dishes an unmatched immersive experience, brought on by a 110º viewing field plus super-low latency—that does away the lag between the user’s head movements and related movement on-screen.
Sony Wearable HDTV
Sony’s Wearable HDTV has set new standards for televisual immersion—carrying duel HD OLED screens, one for each eye it makes sure that the user imbibes entirely what he’s watching. It’s a virtual counterpart of a 150” screen, for running 2D or 3D games and movies.