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ThirdEye Announces World’s Smallest Mixed Reality (MR) Glasses Now Available Worldwide

ThirdEye, a leader in augmented and mixed reality (MR) enterprise solutions, announces the availability of its X2 Glasses – the world’s smallest Mixed Reality (MR) glasses.

Unlike like other products in this space, the X2 Glasses provide an all-in-one hardware and software solution, while offering advanced technological capabilities not available on a normal monocular device. At just 6 ounces, these glasses fit a wide (42 degree) field of view, provide powerful sensors (thermal, ambient light, flashlight), and a built-in proprietary SLAM (simultaneous localization and mapping) system, called VisionEye SLAM, that allows for 3D environment scanning and other advanced MR features – such as live AR remote help, CAD modeling and overlay, 5G mobile edge computing, and more.

TheX2 Glasses are now available for purchase at$1,950 USD. Pre-orders for the glasses as well as the $300 discount on ThridEye’s website will remain effective until the remaining mass production units are delivered in October. For purchasing information, visit www.thirdeyegen.com/x2-smart-glasses-4

For more information onThirdEye, visit www.thirdeyegen.com

About ThirdEye Gen

ThirdEye is a leader in AR/MR solutions for enterprise, providing an all-in-one (hardware and software)solution for all industries, including energy. While many companies today use just smart glasses or only software, ThirdEye provides a full end-to-end package for its customers and employees. It offers the smallest MR Smart Glasses on the market, including a built-in proprietary SLAM (simultaneous localization and mapping) system that allows for 3D environment scanning and advanced MR features that aren’t available on a monocular device. The ThirdEye App Suite, used by over 500 enterprise customers around the world, offers live AR remote help, 3D SLAM based CAD modeling/overlay and more.

Author: VR Reporter

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