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Major Takeaways:

  • ODG’s R-7 Glasses run a custom version of Android KitKat, named ReticleOS.
  • Developers encouraged to build apps to take advantage of full product capabilities.
  • Two versions – one with a 30-degree field of view and one with a 50-degree field of view.
  • Available for pre-order, shipping in Q2 2016.

Gizmag reports on Osterhout Design Group‘s smartglasses from CEO 2016.

From the article:

For the second straight CES, we spent some time hanging out with Osterhout Design Group (ODG), makers of the most badass smartglasses this side of Hololens. ODG’s glasses are still aimed primarily at enterprise customers and developers (and priced accordingly), but if or when they eventually become full-on consumer products, there’s a pretty good chance you’re going to want a pair.

This year ODG showed us two pairs of its glasses: the new R-7 model, which has a 30-degree field of view and is available to order now for an enterprise-priced US$2,750, along with an unreleased prototype that’s very similar to the R-7 but has a 1080p display with a 50-degree field of view…

Head to Gizmag for the full article.