Smart glasses are mini computers shaped like eyeglasses. Being actual eyeglasses in most cases, they are easily wearable, and allow the wearer to receive information directly on the lenses, leaving the hands completely free.
These electronic devices allow you to live your experiences in Augmented Reality.
The superimposition of information on a visual field is obtained through an optical display mounted on the head (OHMD) or built-in wireless glasses with transparent heads-up display (HUD) or Augmented Reality (AR) superposition.
These systems have the ability to transmit projected digital images as well as allowing the user to see through it or see better with it.
While the first models were able to perform basic tasks, such as serving as a front-end display for a remote system, as in the case of smart glasses using mobile or Wi-Fi technology, the latest generation of smart glasses are wearable computers that can run independent apps.