A Sneak Peak At Possible Google Glasses Tech

We know that they’re coming and that they may even become available by the year’s end, but we have yet to get a glimpse of them. Not to disappoint you, but that last bit still holds true. However, check this out. It’s the Lumus OE-31 and it just may be the same tech to grace the yet to be unveiled Google Glasses. The OE-31 is an add on image layer touting a 640×360 resolution. Check out these videos to see it in action, and from a first person perspective too!

The following details a bit more specification for the device:

  • Display format     nHD 640 x 360 pixels
  • Field of View    19°
  • Virtual screen size    Equivalent of 40″ screen at 10 ft away; 400″ at 100 ft away
  • Eye motion box    10 x 8 mm
  • Display color    Full color
  • Transparency     >78%
  • Brightness     >1,000 FtL
  • Contrast ratio    >250:1
  • Eye relief     18 mm
  • Weight    10g
  • LOE thickness    1.6 mm
Lumus is apparently in talks with various OEMs but the company could not disclose specific names at this time. Time will tell if we hear more from them come Google I/O.

source: Ubergizmo

About the Author: Jim Farmer

Originally from Mathews Virginia, Jim is now residing in Newport News where he attends Christopher Newport University, majoring in Computer Science. He interns with NASA Langley by day, and scours the internet for Android News by night. In his free time, he enjoys stand-up paddle-boarding, pwning on XBOX Live, coding, or hanging out with his favorite gal in the world, Morgan. His hero is Dean Kamen, you know, aside from Andy Rubin, and as for politics he’s for Open Source, Net Neutrality, and Unlimited Data.

  • Ms_g.

    i need glasses.  send me a pair i’ll test them. i’ve never worn glasses at all so i’m not used to the norm.  i’ll “ook” for ’em in the mail – HEY-O!!  lol