Lenovo showed smart watch Magic View with a virtual interactive display

International technological conference Lenovo Tech World held by the company in Beijing, the company presented the unusual concept of a smart watch – Lenovo Magic View. The highlight of this model became secondary display, supplementing the standard screen smart watch. A small screen built into the side from the rest. According to the manufacturer, it forms an image 20 times greater than the primary display, if you get to watch close to the eyes.

Lenovo showed smart watch Magic View with a virtual interactive display
Lenovo showed smart watch Magic View with a virtual interactive display
Lenovo showed smart watch Magic View with a virtual interactive display

Lenovo describes this development as a virtual interactive display that uses optical reflection” for the formation of a virtual image. According to the developers, this display will be convenient to view maps, photos, and even watch. In addition to increase the image, this approach pursues another goal – the displayed image will not be visible to others.
Interestingly, according to representatives of Lenovo, clock do not work on Android Wear, and custom software based on Android.

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