LAS VEGAS - Vuzix will be showing two products at International CES that can be used in conjunction with its Wrap video eyewear. The company can be found at booth 8756 in the Central Hall.
The Wrap CamAR stereo camera can be added to the Wrap video eyewear to upgrade the device with AR capabilities. The CamAR can be clipped to the eyewear, providing two cameras that each capture 752 by 480 images at 60 fps and deliver a single 1,504 by 480 side-by-side image that can be viewed in 3D stereoscopic video on Vuzix Wrap eyewear.
Features include USB 2.0, clip-in installation, 1/3-inch-wide-VGA digital image sensor, 55dB linear dynamic range, 99 shutter efficiency, 10-bit column-parallel ADC resolution, and PC and Mac compatibility.
The Wrap 6-DoF IMU with Compass connects to any model of Wrap video eyewear and provides the ultimate in dead-reckoning tracking, according to the company. It reportedly provides 6 degrees of freedom tracking that utilizes multiple magneto-resistive sensors, accelerometers and gyros for high accuracy. Programmers can use the provided positioning and tracking algorithms or use their own, said Vuzix.
Features include USB 2.0, clip-on installation, PC and Mac compatibility, 3-axis magneto-resistive sensors, 3-axis accelerometers, 3-axis gyros, 12-bit resolution at 100KHz sample rate (on board), activity/inactivity monitoring and free-fall detection.
Pricing and shipping information will be available at the show.