Inside: The device is powered by Marvell’s high-performance, low-power ARMADA 300 series system-on-a-chip (SoC) and the company’s industry leading Avastar 88W8764 wire-less chip. It includes 1 GHz of Flash and DDR3 memory as well as Stanford’s Mobile Inquiry Based Learning Environment (SMILE). Network connectivity is through Gigabit Ethernet, and peripheral devices can be connected using USB 2.0 or Wi-Fi. It comes with optional rechargeable battery back-up, access to SMILE learning applications, an external debug board, application programming interface and user interface for easy plug and play of devices, and an open platform that enables development and porting of additional learning applications.

Smart glasses that connect to the cloud


First-person augmented reality is finallyhere. Vuzix Smart Glasses M100 is claimed to be the world’s firstcommercially-available, hands-free display and communications system that can link users to the Cloud. While M100 is powerful enough to directly connect to the Internet and run applications, it can also connect with Android or iOS smartphones to run a richer set of text, video, audio, maps, email, augmented reality applications, visual navigation, etc.

Inside: Optics engine that supports WQVGA colour 16×9 displays, diagonal 16-degree field-of-view, built-in OMAP 4 processor and grapics engine, fully-optimised Android 4.01, 4GB memory, integrated button controls, integrated head tracker and GPS with three-degree-of-freedom head tracking for spatial and positional awareness, integrated compass and battery, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, noise reduction technologies, 1080p high-definitioncamera, µUSB connectivity for control, power and upgrade.


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