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ChipSiP Showcases SiME Smart Glasses in IFA 2014

Published: Sep 08,2014

ChipSiP Technology Co, Ltd., showcased “SiME Smart Glasses’ s real-time guiding service, allowing users to instantly access information which is relevant to line-of-sight item when the eyewear recognizes the target object item.

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SiME Smart Glasses and the Cam Glass, powered by core 5-in-1 system chip, are included in ChipSiP’s smart glasses solutions. More abilities about integrating application processor, wireless, GPS, optical module, micro display, battery and Android operating system into a small design are accelerating ChipSiP’s wearable technology power.

George Tai, President of ChipSiP Technology, said, “Building with standalone Android 4.4 operating system, the SiME Smart Glasses provides users with real-time information by incorporating image recognition, location positioning and cloud database. ”

“The user could have a navigation tour with the smart glasses interconnecting to a local cloud server. The smart touring system can help museums, galleries and exhibitions to create a brand new business model, making visitors more engaged through augmented reality introduction on the smart glasses,” Tai added.

Take a museum scenario for example, by automatically triggering off the functions of image recognition and indoor positioning, the SiME Smart Glasses can display object information in real time when wearers access an interested exhibition after entering the display area.

Users can not only hear audio guidance via external earphones but also record their live view and post activity feeds. With SiME Smart Glasses indoor navigation service, visitors are easy to reach their favorite artwork. Moreover, the system administrator can push notifications to the wearers or collect their viewing data for marketing usage when SiME Smart Glasses works with a local cloud server.

Tai pinpointed, “The smart glass architecture and the ecosystem has been gradually forming since Google Glass launched in 2012. Now, it’s time to shift the focus to applications and cloud services from specifications in order to realize “ease of use” and bring smart glasses into our daily life.”

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