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Epson Moverio BT-200 AR glasses keep an eye on things

Epson's latest pair of AR glasses use a miniaturised LCD projection system to beam all the information you want to your eyeballs.

(Credit: Scott Stein/CNET)

Epson already had a pair of smart glasses, but this newer model adds a few extra bells and whistles, plus a size and weight reduction by 60 per cent. The projected image pops up in the middle section of the lenses, though there are a variety of other lenses within the headset. In terms of resolution, the display delivers 960x540 pixels, while a range of sensors — including an accelerometer and magnetic compass — help power the head motion tracking for gaming purposes.

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