Ashkelon Visor

Ashkelon Visor is world’s first wearable low cost heads up display (HUD). It costs only $20.   Watch the video…

The Ashkelon Visor is a smart product that acts as a vital accessory for creating a layered reality. It looks quite like a regular visor, the kind used to keep the sun off your face.

It has a reinforced compartment above the eye level where you can insert your Smartphone. It also contains a precisely designed Focusing Relay that streams visual information from your Smartphone right into your field of vision. It has an innovative design, so it is comfortable to wear.

A free application, developed by the company, adapts the Smartphone to display visual information in a form which allows the Eyewear Relay unit to stream it.

A Heads Up Display (or HUD) is a transparent display located at the user’s eye level which allows the user to view a Layered Reality, in which visual digital input feeds directly into the user’s actual field of vision. This kind of display system is still in its infancy, but its development is proceeding in leaps and bounds. Many expect 2015 to be the year in which the great breakthrough in the adoption of HUD technology will occur.

For as little as $20 – Coming soon to Kickstarter!

Ashkelon Visor is a registered patent of the Ashkelon Eyewear company.

via gizmag

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