Wearable gadgets not yet accustomed to the role of the necessities of man, but step by step follow in this direction. One of these steps can be a device called ORA-1, which opened on the service Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for its implementation.
What is ORA-1? To answer this question it will be enough just to present the tablet, built-in lens of traditional glasses. According to the developers of the team Optinvent, functionality ORA-1 is much wider than the famous Google Glass, and the new owners will be able to fully appreciate all the benefits of the so-called “augmented reality”. Thus, the new smart glasses will offer users an enviable set of sensors and modules, including the camera, microphone, light sensor, inertial sensors, Wi-Fi, Blootooth, GPS and photochromic lenses. All these “chips” will be managed their own dual-core processor, and the energy must come from an integrated high capacity battery. The prototype ORA-1, shown in the video, developers, running the mobile operating system Android 4.2.2, but now the team promises an upgrade to Android 4.4 KitKat.
Optinvent installed on the crowdfunding service Kickstarter barrier of $100 000, after breaking that command will start the project. However, in the framework of the campaign on Kickstarter we are talking only about the version ORA-1, intended for developers.