Bosch will unveil a new Light Drive smart eyewear technology at CES in 2020 that will allow wearers to display their personal head-up with glasses that are almost indistinguishable from ordinary glasses, and will not add much weight to their weight compared to ordinary glasses,media reported. It is reported that the entire spectacle weighs less than 10 grams, using microelectronic mechanical scanners to light from the lens of the holographic parts directly reflected on the retina.
When the system is turned off, the lenses are transparent and can be used in conjunction with medical lenses. The images projected by it are very clear and can be used well even in broad daylight.
This tiny HUD can pop up messages, alerts, navigation cues, and anything else that appears in front of the wearer’s eyes, and it acts as a smartwatch on the face — and looks more convenient than a smartwatch, allowing the wearer to see the information without raising his arm.
Of course, Bosch is unlikely to get involved in making the product, and since the company is more of an OEM supplier, it will look for eyewear makers for Light Drive.
The following video shows some of the potential uses of the technology: