If you’ve followed us closely, you might already know that the first smart glasses used in the development process of Aero Glass were the Epson Moverio BT-200s. While these glasses served as a stable basis for development for over a year, time has flown by leaving us with higher system requirements. Luckily for us, the passing of time also marked a tremendous evolution in the Head Worn Display sector, as expected of this relatively new field – and we’ve been following these changes closely, as expected of an innovative company that is heavily reliant on the quality of its platform.

The time has come to introduce you to our number one choice, Osterhout Design Group’s R-7 smart glasses. Take a look at the video below, in which Aero Glass founder Ákos Maróy walks you through the basics of the device!

ODG has had a long and successful history with heads up displays and wearable computing, working closely with Government and corporate partners. Their excellence is apparent from the fact that ODG glasses have been used in precision-heavy procedures such as surgeries. Small wonder that the R-7 glasses won a CES Innovation Award in 2016.