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Our Ergonomic Advantage

Our Ergonomic Advantage Creating a successful AR display requires attention to both the interface as well as the underlying technology. From an ergonomics perspective, Lucyd seeks to create a transparent interface1 whereby the user utilizes our glasses as a natural extension of their body and senses. The device in a sense disappears, and benefit and […]
on October 09, 2017
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Lucyd in Brief, a comprehensive introduction

Lucyd in Brief There’s a reason you don’t own smartglasses yet. There are many hurdles in the way of truly user-friendly augmented reality displays. At Lucyd, we have assembled an expert team and a portfolio of powerful of technologies to solve the biggest problems in AR. We have 13 breakthrough AR patents that form a […]
on October 09, 2017
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How the Lucyd app will keep your smartglasses light and comfortable

How are we fitting an advanced tablet-like user experience in a pair of glasses? It’s not a mystery—the Lucyd smartphone app will do all the work. Think of Lucyd Lens as your new touchscreen, and your phone is the computer tower. You may have read some about Lucyd’s hardware or blockchain, but here’s a bit […]
on October 05, 2017
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5 reasons Augmented Reality will be a future battleground

Augmented Reality is used to define technology that creates a computer-generated image that the user can see in the real world. A physical environment is created whereby the elements therein are augmented and extracted through real-world sensory inputs such as audio, video, graphics or GPS data. The computers involved are used to manipulate and modify […]
on October 03, 2017
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Mixed reality and blockchain can work together, from retail to gaming

AR and VR will take a few years to become mainstream. The same is true for blockchain, the technology behind cryptocurrency. Blockchain allows to securely exchange goods and services online independently of banks and credit card companies, and AR/VR are great visualization tools. Can the integration of two speed up the mass adoption of both? […]
on October 03, 2017
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Why you don’t own smartglasses yet

There are a number of reasons why smartglasses have yet to go mainstream. Clunky form factors, eye-straining monocular displays, poor processing power and resolution, and difficult-to-master controls are just a few of the issues holding back AR devices. Additionally, a Forbes article suggests that marketing problems could also be interrupting progress. Just what problem do […]
on October 02, 2017
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