Mojo Lens using microelectronics and a tiny display to share critical information onto the world around us.
Through the use of augmented reality (AR), useful information can be presented on displays built into glasses or a headset. You can see turn-by-turn directions while walking, important steps for replacing an unfamiliar machine part, or talking points for a presentation—all without holding a device or looking down at a screen. By using a wearable display, AR helps you keep your concentration by providing information heads-up and hands-free.
However, today’s AR headsets are too awkward to be worn in social and professional situations, and many AR solutions try to create immersive experiences that can clutter reality. That’s why Mojo has pioneered the concept of Invisible Computing—a display that never gets in the way. The subtlety of Mojo Lens lets you look like yourself wherever the day takes you and displays information only when needed. Mojo Lens even understands the activities you’re engaged in so it doesn’t disrupt or distract you.
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