Epson glasses available in Hungary
Epson is introducing its first Augmented Reality (AR) device, dubbed Moverio, in Hungry, offering potential for AR for developers looking to create apps for the consumer and business space, the company announced.
Moverio has functionality for AR, enabling a digitally enhanced view of the real world. Sensing technology, including a front-facing camera, gyroscope, GPS system, compass, and accelerometer, allows the device to accurately understand a user’s movements and the world around them.
“From now on, this technology is also available in Hungary, thus leading the way for local developers towards building AR applications for entertainment and business purposes. This is expected to be a long-term process but we already see such exciting and well-functioning solutions that exceed our expectations” – said Gáspár Tőrös, Epson’s executive product manager for projectors.
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