Computex 2019 with its vast display of innovative technologies is hosting too. The company is a leading innovator of smart glasses based in Taiwan. It will be holding a joint exhibition with Taiwan Smart Glasses Industry Association at this year’s Computex. According to the company, it is displaying a variety of products including the J-Supporter & J4 smart glasses. Along with Wireless communication modules and the Sigfox and LoRa solutions. But, the main highlight of the company’s demo would be the application of smart glasses. The company has intelligently made a relation between smart glasses and IoT. Jorjin employs IoT sensors and its smart glasses framework to construct a Smart Space.
Jorjin – Smart Spaces
In this era of computer dependency, the concept of a Smart environment is expanding at an unusual pace. Jorjin is demonstrating the utility of Smart Spaces with the themes of the Smart Home, Smart Industry, and Smart Retail.
The company is applying AR smart glasses with the IoT, alongside IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) sensors. It will allow customers to exercise direct control over home appliances, as well as watch 3D movies.
Jorjin is synchronizing Jorjin’s AR smart glasses with SLAM systems to provide real-time up-to-date data. This will ensure more accurate work and stronger productivity.
It is simulating the scenario of using AR smart glasses to directly access product history. Jorjin is providing the ability to integrate POS software. In this way, it may provide customers more intuitive shopping experiences.
Jorjin began developing smart glasses with roots in wireless and microprocessor modules in 2018. The company is successively releasing MR and AR smart glasses since 2018. It strives to integrate smart glasses with the IoT ecosystem. At the same time doing vertical integration of the smart glasses industry, alongside foundational software and application development.
Jorjin Chairman Tom Liang says that “smart glasses are an opportunity for Taiwan, because Taiwan has capable software developers, and so Jorjin has great expectations for the future of smart glasses so that we devote our resources to its development. Only through the integration of both hardware and software can we realize a complete smart glasses industry chain.”
Jorjin President Albert Hsing further adds, “referencing client feedback, Jorjin’s smart glasses improve consecutively with every new model. Jorjin has also entered the 2019 AWE (Augmented World Expo) in the US, where we are to showcase prototypes of the world’s most lightweight optical waveguide smart glasses, with the aim to partner with other smart glass manufacturers to maximize the market diffusion of this new technology.”
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