In anticipation of the event on September 15, Xiaomi presented its smart glasses.
This new Xiaomi proposal combines a series of technologies and sensors so that you can manage some options of your digital activity from your glasses.
How Xiaomi Smart Glasses work
One of the aspects that Xiaomi highlights is that the glasses are super light, weighing only 52 grams. So they can pass like ordinary glasses, without causing you major complications. A result that they have achieved thanks to the integration of MicroLED imaging technology, allowing the space and weight of the design to be reduced.
These Xiaomi smart glasses have a total of 497 components, including sensors, modules, microphones and a 5 MP camera, to set their dynamics in motion.
Xiaomi Smart Glasses has a display chip display chip that measures only 2.4mm x 2.02mm. Under a microscope, the screen is about the size of a grain of rice, with individual 4μm pixels, allowing the screen to fit snugly within the frame of the glasses.
The Xiaomi team has made it clear that the Xiaomi Smart Glasses are not intended to function as an extension of the mobile or as a second screen, but that it is a device with the ability to function independently.
To achieve this high level of functionality, the glasses must be equipped with a quad-core ARM processor, battery, touch panel, Wi-Fi / Bluetooth modules, Android operating system
What can these glasses do for users? It can offer a variety of functions, ranging from taking photos, displaying notifications and calls, browsing options, text translation, among other possibilities.
For example, the image illustrates how the glasses display real-time information about the user’s travel route.
You can see some examples of this concept in the video shared by the Xiaomi team.
Considering that it cannot flood the user with too much information in its glasses, Xiaomi mentions that it will implement a dynamic to display only important information, depending on the context.
For example, notifications will only give priority to those that contain urgent information or important contacts. A job that will be in charge of Xiao Ai, the virtual assistant of Xiaomi.
At the moment, Xiaomi has not given details about the launch date, price or if it plans to extend this proposal to the international market.