Toshiba unveils Windows-powered AR headset

Toshiba unveils Windows-powered AR headset

Toshiba unveils Windows-powered AR headset

The company isn't quite following in the footsteps of previous efforts to make smartglasses a thing; its dynaEdge AR Smart Glasses are aimed not at everyday consumers, but at enterprise customers, with the solution's augmented reality technology offering users a kind of wearable PC.

The glasses link together a dynaEdge AR100 Head Mounted Display (HMD) with a dynaEdge DE-100 Mobile Mini PC, which is essentially a handheld, battery-powered Windows 10 system. Functions include document viewing, live video calls, see-what-I-see, photo and video capture, alerts and messaging, workflow instruction and barcode scanning, with the company claiming the device is ideal for a variety of uses cases, including maintenance, remote expert, manufacturing, QA inspection and audit, logistics, training and knowledge transfer.

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The Toshiba AR100 Head Mounted Display weighs less than two ounces and features an integrated micro display with a viewing experience equivalent to a 4.1-inch display seen at 14 inches. This pint-sized PC connects to the headset via USB-C, and it can be used as a traditional Windows 10 Pro machine when hooked up to a standard display.

The latter is 6.5 x 3.3 x 0.8 inches and less than 11 ounces, and features a simple five-button interface.

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"For decades, Toshiba has been instrumental in streamlining the operations of businesses around the world through cutting-edge, mobile computing technologies". The solution also features an integrated fingerprint sensor to regulate access to the dynaEdge AR Smart Glasses, in keeping with Toshiba's earlier adoption of biometric security in consumer products.

Toshiba's dynaEdge AR Smart Glasses packages will be available in the second quarter with a starting of Dollars 1,899.99 and in various configurations with processor, memory and storage options as well as developer's kits for different industrial applications.

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