Bose shows off audio-only augmented-reality sunglasses
Posted on: 12 mars 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

Augmented reality (AR) technology is about seeing virtual content and information in the real world around you, whether you’re looking through a smartphone or a pair of smart glasses.
But can there be augmented reality without a visual element? Audio-hardware firm Bose hopes so. It has been showing off a pair of AR sunglasses that use audio rather than visuals, with buzzphrases like “audio augmented platform” and “glasses to hear”.
What this means is a concept pair of specs with technology to project audio into the wearer’s ears (rather than making them wear an earbud attachment).
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