With the growing public awareness about health and fitness, rapid innovations in sensor technology, and increasing requirement for digital instruments in the smart textiles, consumer electronics, and fitness and sports industries, the demand for smart eyewear is surging sharply across the world. Smart eyewear is basically a wearable computing device, which displays information and helps people see clearly with the help of a head mounted display or optical computerized internet connected glasses, with transparent augmented reality or heads up display.
Accelerometer, gyroscope, image sensors, pressure sensors, thermometers, and touch sensors are the major sensors used in smart glasses. North America is currently dominating the global smart eyewear market, as per the observations of PS Intelligence, a market research company based in India. This is credited to the high obesity rate and the presence of a large population in the region. In the coming years, the demand for smart eyewear is predicted to rise at the fastest pace in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region. This will be because of the expansion of the healthcare industry in the region.
This, in turn, led to the development of heads-up displays for everyday life. The device is expected to be incorporated with more features such as global positioning system (GPS) in the coming years, which will make it more useful and propel its popularity all over the world.
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Furthermore, some developed android applications can be integrated in the Google glass in the upcoming years, which would enable the incorporation of new features such as object identification and allow users to run fitness and reality applications on it.
Other smart eyewear manufacturing companies are focusing on providing improved reality experiences via their offerings. For instance, Vuzix, which is a U.S. based company, is offering a range of advanced smart glasses such as STAR 1200XLD and Wrap 920AR. Other smart eyewear market players such as Meta are offering smart glass equipped with infrared and high definition (HD) cameras with translucent displays. The smart glasses developed by Meta allow wearers to use gestures to control augmented reality objects which fall directly in their field of vision.
Hence, it is clear from the above-mentioned paragraphs that the demand for smart eyewear glasses will rise tremendously in the coming years, primarily because of the growing consumer awareness about advanced technologies, burgeoning requirement for smart wearable devices, and growing need for digital devices in the consumer electronics, smart textiles, and fitness and sports industries across the world.