Xiaomi Smart Glasses concept, technology introduced

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XIAOMI SMART GLASSES

Xiaomi is a fast-rising global brand and if Samsung’s numbers don’t improve especially in key markets, we may soon have a new mobile king. In other product categories, it’s also doing great especially in the smart home game. It is also known for its wearable devices and a new one is about to make a difference. Meet the Xiaomi Smart Glasses. This pair of glasses can do what your smartphone game do–take photos with a 5MP camera, make calls, show messages, display notifications, and translate text. These things can happen before your eyes.

This smart wearable device appears like a pair of ordinary glasses but it features a special imaging system combined with sensors and MicroLED optical waveguide technology. It’s lightweight at 51g.

The Xiaomi Smart Glasses look like ordinary glasses but the glasses feature a MicroLED imaging technology. The Chinese OEM decided on MicroLEDs as their pixels individually lit, allowing for deeper blacks and brighter displays. MicroLED comes with a simpler structure, a higher pixel density, and can last a longer lifespan. The result is a more compact screen and easier display integration.

Xiaomi Smart Glasses feature a small display chip that measures 2.4mm x 2.02mm. It’s about the size of a grain of rice that fits inside the frame. An ultra-efficient monochrome display has been implemented to allow sufficient light to pass through. Peak brightness can reach up to 2 million nits as described.

Xiaomi’s the MicroLED display takes advantage of optical waveguide technology. This can refract light at 180-degrees. The light then reaches the human eye through a microscopic grating structure of the optical waveguide lens according to Xiaomi. The result of this process is that a human eye sees a complete image so the glasses are usable.

The smart glasses design is only a concept. It reminds most of us of other smart glasses we’ve seen like the Google Glass, Intel Vaunt glasses, and the TCL NXTWEAR G Smart Glasses.

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