The Vuzix shield offers a revolutionary combination of miniature ultra-bright projectors

Paul Travers of Vuzix

Vuzix Corporation, a supplier of Smart Glasses and Augmented Reality (AR) technology and products, announced the unveiling of the Vuzix Shield Smart Glasses, which were recently named a multiple CES 2022 Innovation Awards Honoree. The Vuzix Shield Smart Glasses, previously referred to as Vuzix Next Generation Smart Glasses (NGSG), represents the most powerful binocular optically see-through smart glasses built for enterprise customers to date in an untethered sleek eyeglass format.

Vuzix Shield is a revolutionary leap for enterprise AR smart glasses. The Vuzix Shield Smart Glasses offers all the computing power and performance of the Snapdragon XR1 platform and its enhanced AR capabilities coupled with Vuzix’ propriety waveguide optics driven by miniature microLED (uLED) stereo displays to provide a completely non-occluded see-through heads-up display. Housed inside lightweight, stylish, prescription-ready safety glasses combined with stereo HD cameras, the Vuzix Shield delivers a singular wearable AR experience.

Connect to the metaverse accessing IT sensors, instructions, or live remote guidance, leaving your hands free while viewing the real world seamlessly. Scan codes with an advanced OCR reader or wirelessly stream video from the field, all enabled through voice or touch. Vuzix Shield connects smart workforces with AR systems for optimised performance, safety and operational efficiency.

“The Vuzix Shield Smart Glasses were designed to be optically see-through and deliver the enterprise performance that our customers have grown accustomed to experiencing with our XR1-powered M400 and M4000,” says Paul Travers president and chief executive officer at Vuzix. “This is the product incorporating our latest uLED display engines and advanced waveguide technologies with vastly improved optical performance and efficiency along with reduced sizing.”

The Vuzix Shield will be on display at CES 2022 January 5 to 7th at the Vuzix booth (#17075) located in the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Centre. 

For more information on the Vuzix Shield, including a video overview, please visit here.

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