Is Vufine An Alternate For Google Glasses?

Posted: Jul 10 2015, 1:56am CDT | by , in Technology News


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Is Vufine an alternate for Google Glasses?

Vufine is a handsfree wearable display that allows you to enjoy the familiar functionality of your current technology in a new way.

Google Glass and many other type of wearable products were anticipated for so long, before their releases. But the negative side of these products was their high price tag. So, they are not easily accessible to every type of people.

Good news for those who wish to have such device is that a new, similar wearable device “Vufine” is all set to launch and it is a much cheaper option. Vufine joins with pretty much every glasses and permits clients to access their cell phone and different gadgets in another way. Vufine has the tendency to unite with any device that can yield a 720p HDMI signal and puts a display on your glasses like Google Glass.

The clasp on micro display of the glass joins to the other side of a standard pair of eyeglasses by means of an attractive docking station that permits it to be balanced for the client's comfort. Wearers can likewise utilize it as a viewfinder for cameras. Other than being the cheapest option in the market for glasses, Vufine has a lot more qualities. Like, it is not based on any sort of operating system, plus it does not have a built-in camera so there are no privacy concerns as well. The device additionally can keep running for an hour and a half of consistent use without connecting it to a battery.

Additionally, in spite of the fact that Vufine can be appended to most glasses, it may not connect to sporadically formed edges, yet Vufine may permit one to adjust what they're viewing with what's going on in this present reality. Vufine will start shipping in November with the Vufine cost of $149. Its maker has set a Kickstarter goal of raising $50,000 by July 22.

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