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MOTA SmartGlass are multi-purpose smart glasses being developed by a Californian company MOTA. The device aims to offer a broad variety of functions such as voice control or media recording. The available information about the device is severely limited.
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== Main characteristics ==
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The amount of information about the device is lacking and so the amount of technical details is also very limited. MOTA advertises that the smart glasses feature "cutting-edge technology" and 720p camera. The control options feature voice and remote control. Other features are probably available as well, although MOTA does not specify them on their website.
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=== Purpose ===
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MOTA SmartGlass is a multi-purpose smart glasses device marketed as a interactive mobile device.
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=== Company & People ===
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MOTA is a technology company
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== Important Dates ==
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== Ethical Issues ==
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== Health Risks ==
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== Enhancement/Therapy/Treatment ==
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== Public & Media Impact and Presentation ==
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Revision as of 14:34, 3 November 2015

MOTA SmartGlass
Mota 1.png
Category smartglasses
Developer MOTA
Announced September 2014[1]
Released Developers:
Consumers:
Price 400USD [1]
Operating system custom (Java-based)[1]
Display (unknown)
Resolution (unknown)
Weight (unknown)
Controls voice, smartphone
Not standalone[2]
https://www.mota.com/smartglass/

MOTA SmartGlass are multi-purpose smart glasses being developed by a Californian company MOTA. The device aims to offer a broad variety of functions such as voice control or media recording. The available information about the device is severely limited.

Main characteristics

The amount of information about the device is lacking and so the amount of technical details is also very limited. MOTA advertises that the smart glasses feature "cutting-edge technology" and 720p camera. The control options feature voice and remote control. Other features are probably available as well, although MOTA does not specify them on their website.

Purpose

MOTA SmartGlass is a multi-purpose smart glasses device marketed as a interactive mobile device.

Company & People

MOTA is a technology company

Important Dates

Ethical Issues

Health Risks

Enhancement/Therapy/Treatment

Public & Media Impact and Presentation

Public Policy

Related Technologies, Project or Scientific Research

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/mota-smartglass-prototype-takes-on-google-glass/
  2. Shows if the device is a standalone wearable computer or if it needs to be connected to a processing unit to function.