The ODG smart glasses (Osterhout Design Group) were launched in 2015.
These devices were not created for general users, the target they are aimed at are large companies and the industrial sector, as they are elegant glasses, but at the same time have a robust design.
They don’t need to be connected to a PC, but work thanks to an operating system based on ODG and on Android called ReticleOS.
These smart glasses have a heads-up display (HUD) to give you important information while working on a two-handed project.
They are the perfect smart glasses for those who work in security, industrial environments, transport and other jobs.
They have a stand-alone HUD headset.
The company offers different types of smart glasses:
The company-focused R7 AR ODGs are equipped with 80% transparent 720p lenses and capable of displaying 80fps video with a 37-degree FOV.
In addition to a 4 MP camera, there are voice recognition, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and lots of gyroscopes, magnetometers and accelerometers inside.
A tougher version is the R-7HL smart glasses, which are available for those who need smart glasses designed to be used in difficult conditions
The R9 smart glasses offer wider fields of view than the R7 models, around 50 degrees. Thanks to the Snapdragon 835 processor inside, it also offers high-resolution images: dual 1080p display on each of the new specifications.