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REVELIO Augmented Reality glasses are a magic spell for everything you want to see

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Revelio is stand-alone AR glasses that work without being tethered to a controller or a smartphone. It is a lightweight, well-balanced wearable device that can be applied to various industrial fields. MAXST’s in-house AR technology accumulated over time ensures a powerful performance.

Features

  • Stand-alone Glasses
    Revelio operates independently, without the need for any other device. Free yourself from unnecessary constraints.
  • Seamlessly Overlaid
    Revelio overlays virtual contents on a physical environment in exact alignment so they will look real.
  • Streamlined Design
    The streamlined design is the result of the search for a balance between ergonomic considerations and an acceptable public presence.
  • SDK for Revelio
    Bundled MAXST AR SDK can be a perfect tool for you to build AR applications for Revelio.

 

Specifications

Hardware

  •  Octa-core CPU
  • 2GB DDR3 RAM
  • 32GB Internal Memory
  • 5.1M AF Camera
  • IMU
  • 1280mAh Battery

Software

  • Android -4.4 KitKat
  • MAXST AR SDK 3D

Optics

  • See-Through Stereoscopic Prism Lens
  • 40º FOV (Field of View)#
  • 720P LCOS LCD

Others

  • Wi-Fi/ Bluetooth 4.0/ GPS
  • Dual Speakers
  • Micro USB Type B/ Mic/ 3.5 Ø Ear jack

 

Use Cases

Industrial Training & Learning
Revelio is also suited for cases where a senior mechanic has to train or coach a junior at a remote place.

Logistics
Revelio helps optimize a process with AR technologies such as real-time stock status, object recognition, barcode reading, and in-door navigation.

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Navigation
The AR directions displayed in a driver’s FOV eliminate the need to look away from the road, making the trip safer.

Construction
A team of architects can collaborate in a more efficient way using an AR 3D model instead of a miniature building.

reference maxst.com/revelio

 

Raffaele Schiavullo
the authorRaffaele Schiavullo
ADMINISTRATOR - Senior 3D/Virtual Reality Specialist and Automotive HMI developer - Working in London and "insanely" passionate about technology and its creative applications