Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has chosen Human Capable’s Augmented Reality (AR) Norm Glasses as a CES 2020 Innovation Awards best of innovation. In addition, Norm Glasses are innovation award honorees in 8 other categories, for a total of 9 awards. Human Capable is a Florida-based startup that develops AR glasses. CES, the world's largest annual consumer technology trade show, will take place in Las Vegas, January 9th to the 11th.
Norm Glasses were showcased at CES Unveiled New York, at the Metropolitan Pavilion on November 7th. An invite only media event, CES Unveiled New York is the official kickoff party to mark the start of the CES season, featuring the emerging tech trends that will dominate the CES show floor in January. Human Capable is proud to be recognized, reports BusinessWire.
Engineered for comfort, functionality, and style, Norm Glasses are everyday AR smartglasses that look and feel like normal frames. The glasses are equipped with a wearable mini-computer that runs on an Android-based operating system. The glasses also feature dual speakers for voice command, open-ear sound and a heads-up display (HUD). They fold up and fit in a standard glasses case.
Weighing only 30-36g, Norm Glasses are the lightest among all smart glasses with a head-up display, even lighter than a vintage pair of classic Ray-Ban Wayfarer.
Users can stay on top of communication, obtain or share information in heads-up, hands-free manner, without holding or touching their phone.
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Norm Glasses are priced at US $349 and can be pre-ordered via Indiegogo.